Flashcards in 1.1 Natural increase as a component of population change Deck (16)
Difference between the number of births and the number of deaths in a given region
Largest population that the resources of a given environment can support
Population growth at the national level that would occur even if levels of childbearing immediately declined to replacement level
Crude birth rate
Number of births per thousand population in a given year.
Number of life births per 1000 women aged 15-19 in a given year.
Total fertility rate
Average number of children that would be born alive to a woman during her lifetime.
Replacement level fertility
Level at which each generation has just enough children to replace themselves in the population.
Crude death rate
Number of deaths per thousand population in a given year.
Infant mortality rate
Number of deaths of infants under one year of age per thousand live births in a given year.
Average number of years a person may be expected to live when born.
Composition of a population, the most important elements of which are age and sex.
Bar chart that shows the distribution of a population by age and sex
Number of males per 100 females of a population
Ratio of number of people under 15 and over 64 years to those 15-64 years of age
Youth dependency ratio
Ratio of number of people 0-14 to those aged 15-64