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  • 1. Topic 1: Population Density & Population Distribution
  • 2. NAME THE WORLD’S 10 MOST POPULOUS COUNTRIES!
  • 3. World Population But are countries that crowded?
  • 4. Population Density is the measure of the number per unit area. It is commonly represented as people per square kilometre. Population Density = Total Population / Total Area (km2)
  • 5. Country 2012 Population Total Area (km2) Population Density China 1,343,239,923 9,706,961 138.4 India 1,205,073,612 3,287,590 366.6 United States 313,847,465 9,629,091 32.6 Indonesia 248,645,008 1,904,556 130.2 Brazil 193,946,886 8,547,906 22.7 Pakistan 190,291,129 803,940 237.0 Nigeria 170,123,740 923,768 184.2 Bangladesh 161,083,804 147,570 1091.6 Russia 142,517,670 17,075,200 8.3 Japan 127,368,088 377,835 337.1
  • 6. World Population Density But are countries really that crowded everywhere?
  • 7. Population distribution refers to the pattern of where people live.
  • 8. World Population Distribution
  • 9. Dense vs Sparse Population
  • 10. What factors affect population distribution? Physical Human  Climate  Landforms  Topography  Soil  Energy  Mineral resources  Accessibility eg distance from sea coast, natural harbour, navigable rivers or canals  Political boundaries  Controls on trade and migration  Government policies  Types of economic activities  technology eg type of farming, transportation facilities, social organisation, demographic factors Explain how each of these factors lead to sparse and dense population density.