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  • 1. Geography Personal Revision and Notes (Done By HONG FU) © 2009 All Rights Reversed. Any reproduction of this document without permission will be reported :)
  • 2. Chapters • Chapter 1 √ • Chapter 2 √ • Chapter 3 √ • Chapter 4 √ • Chapter 5 √
  • 3. Chapter 1-The Human Environment • A Human environment is one that has been modified by people. • The components of the Human environment are interrelated.
  • 4. Chapter 1-The Human Environment • Components are ✴Population P ✴Agriculture A ✴Communications C ✴Transport T ✴Settlements S
  • 5. Chapter 2 -Distribution and Density of World Population • Population refers to the total number of people living in an area • Population Distribution describes the way people are spread across an area. • Population density refers to the average number of people per KM Square
  • 6. ✓Population density • D=P/A • D=P (No. Of People) / A (Area in square kilometres)
  • 7. ✓Population density • Factors of High PD ➡NO extreme Climates ➡Fertile Soil ➡Rich in Resources • Factors of Low PD ➡Areas of Extreme climate or relief
  • 8. Chapter 3 - World Population Growth • Population Growth Rate =BR-DR Country Population Growth Rate =(BR-DR) + Net Migration Rate
  • 9. Chapter 4 - High Population Growth Rate • Factors of High Birth Rate ๏Improved Healthcare ๏ Lack or Family Planning ๏ Preference for boys ๏ Children as labour
  • 10. Chapter 4 - High Population Growth Rate • Factors of low death rate ๏ Better loving environment ๏ Peace stability
  • 11. Chapter 4 - High Population Growth Rate • Consequences of High Population ➡High depletion of resources ➡Unemployment and overcrowding ➡Widespread Poverty
  • 12. ✓Widespread Poverty • Poverty • Poor Housing • Insufficient food • Ill Health • Low Education Level • Unemployment
  • 13. Chapter 4 - High Population Growth Rate • Ways to prevent High-Population ❖Incentives for small families ❖Education for women ❖Raising the standard of Living
  • 14. Chapter 5 - Low Population Growth Rate • Factors of low population growth ‣ Education of women ‣ Preference of a small family ‣ Single-hood ‣ High cost of raising children
  • 15. Chapter 5 - Low Population Growth Rate • Consequences of Low population - Reduced workforce - Difficult to maintain country’s wealth and progress - Aging
  • 16. Chapter 5 - Low Population Growth Rate • Ways to prevent High-Population 1. Family friendly policies 1. Cash incentives 2. Welfare schemes 3. Special housing schemes
  • 17. Chapter 5 - Low Population Growth Rate • Overcoming labour shortage a. Extension of retirement age b. Re-employment of workers c. Recruitment of workers
  • 18. Chapter 5 - Low Population Growth Rate • Caring for the aged I. Healthcare services for elderly II. Improved amenities in public III. Fitness and exercise facilities IV.Early financial planning
  • 19. • Thanks! Hope you enjoyed it! ^_^

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