Human Population Learning Guide 3
Human Population Learning Guide 3 EVPP111
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EVPP 111 LecTure Learning amp Study Guide 3 Fall 2015 Human Populations Resources UrbanizaTion Demographic Transition Bloom39s Revised Taxonomy REM EMBERINE Define Nonrenewable resources Renewable resources Organic na rural resource rha r can be rapidly replenished Developingnonindus rrializedleas r developed na rion Developedindus rrializedmos r developed na rion People overpopula rion Consump rion overpopula rion Urbaniza rion EVPP 111 LecTure Learning amp Study Guide 3 Fall 2015 n 39U 1 D Resource sink Urban hea r island effec r Urban ecology Urban sus rainabili ry Demographic Transi rion IPAT model S ra re The four s rages of The demographic Transi rion D EVPP 111 LecTur39e Learning amp Study Guide 3 Fall 2015 Lis r rhr39ee specific examples of developed na rions Lis r rhr39ee specific examples of developing na rions Describe rhe Tr39end is popula rion dis rribu rion be rween urban and rural areas Lis r some of The impac rs of Spr39awl Lis r some of rhe pr39os of ur39baniza rion EVPP 111 LecTure Learning amp Study Guide 3 Fall 2015 Lis r some of rhe cons on urbaniza rion Bloom39s Revised Taxonomy UNDERS TA NDINE Explain rhe effec rs of human popula rion on nonrenewable resources Explain rhe effec rs of human popula rion on renewable resources Explain how changes in fac rors on one side of The IPAT model equa rion affec r rhe fac rors on The o rher side of The equa rion Explain The behavior of bir rh ra res dea rh ra res and popula rion in each of The s rages of The demographic rransi rion EVPP 111 LecTur39e Learning amp Study Guide 3 Fall 2015 Explain rhe ur39bon heo r island effec r Lis r some of The goals of ci ries following on ecosys remcen rer39ed model Lis r some of rhe benefi rs of urban sus roinobili ry EVPP 111 LecTure Learning amp STudy Guide 3 Fall 2015 Bloom39s Revised Taxonomy APPL VINE Describe The difference beTween individual resource demands in developing vs developed naTions PracTice QuesTions 1 Two Types of overpopulaTion were discussed Human or people overpopulation 9 is a common problem in highly developed counTries b is a common problem in developing counTries 0 occurs when each individual in a populaTion consumes Too large a share of The resources d occurs when Too many people consume few resources per person Refer To The diagram of The sTages of The demographic TransiTion below To answer quesTion 2 Birth rate Death rate Size of population Time ON EVPP 111 LecTure Learning amp Study Guide 3 Fall 2015 2 Bir rhra res and dea rh ra res s rabilize of lower levels leading To a s rable bu r larger popula rion during which s rage of rhe demographic rransi rion a preindus rrial b rransi rional d indus rrial e none of The above 3 A resource sink is b an area rha r is able To Trade for all of The Things rha r i r needs c an area rha r produces many rhings and needs ro expor r rhem ro a varie ry of places d an area rha r produces a single resource and can con rrol The price of rha r commodi ry or service e a resource rha r is desirable such rha r differen r ci ries mus r compe re ro ob rain enough of if for rheir ci rizens 4 The urban hea r island effec r is caused by a green buildings c nuclear power plan rs ven ring excess hea r in ro rhe urban landscape d s rree r ligh ring and burning of was res in landfills e air warmed over adjacen r oceans blowing in ro urban areas 5 The ecological foo rprin r of a large ci ry is rhanas The surrounding rural area a much lower b sligh rly lower c abou r The same size d sligh rly higher
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