Geographical Population Analysis

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Essay #: 058204
Total text length is 20,456 characters (approximately 14.1 pages).

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Geographical Population Analysis
Changing demographics not only influence the country within which the changes are occurring but rather they seek to impact both the region and the world as a whole. Recent years have seen population explosions in certain parts of the world; whereas others have experienced declines in overall population and life expectancy due to war, famine, poverty and disease. Being able to accurately analyze changing population data in relation to other variables affecting quality of life can be very beneficial in determining what modes of action need to be taken in order to improve the living conditions of certain populations.
The purpose of this analysis is to review the key population data points for three distinct...
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