3 edition of Geographic aspects of population dynamics in Jamaica found in the catalog.
Geographic aspects of population dynamics in Jamaica
L. Alan Eyre
Bibliography: p. 159-164.
|Statement||[by] L. Alan Eyre.|
|LC Classifications||HB2013 .E9|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 172 p.|
|Number of Pages||172|
|LC Control Number||76151084|
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The Geographic Aspects of Population Dynamics in Jamaica, by Alan L. Eyre. Gainesville: University of Florida Press, Index, figures, plates, xiv, pp. $ It is important to state at the outset of this review that Eyre's undertaking. The. Get this from a library. Geographic aspects of population dynamics in Jamaica.
[L Alan Eyre]. Geographic aspects of population dynamics in Jamaica. By L. Alan (Lawrence Alan) Eyre. Abstract (Statement of Responsibility) by L.
Alan Eyre. Topics: Population (lcsh), Population (rvm) Publisher: Florida Atlantic Author: L. Alan (Lawrence Alan) Eyre. The population of Jamaica / with an introduction by Kingsley Davis Oxford University Press London Request this item to view in the Library's reading rooms using your library card.
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The population of Jamaica / with an introduction by Kingsley Davis Country Profiles, Jamaica [microform] Geographic aspects of population dynamics in Jamaica [by] L. Alan Eyre. Peter W. Price, Mark D. Hunter, in Population Dynamics, I. Introduction Although population dynamics is a centerpiece in ecology, there is less emphasis in the field than should be expected.
In a recent review, research papers in population ecology as a broad area outnumbered those on communities and ecosystems 5 to 1 in some major journals during the. Jamaica is an island nation in the West Indies located in the Caribbean Sea.
It is south of Cuba and for comparison, it is just under the size of Connecticut. Jamaica is miles ( km) long and 50 miles (80 km) wide at its widest point. Today, the country is a popular tourist destination and it has a native population of million : Amanda Briney.
extraordinarily rich set of resources related to all aspects of population. Everyone seems to have a view on population, in a way that is true of very few other geographical issues.
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Two Greek roots: demos (people) graphy (branch of knowledge regarding a particular science in this case, human populations). ii interpretations; and the Impact of rapid population growth on health and other socio-economic development. In the absence of relevant text and reference books thatFile Size: KB.
Population Geography is the study of the demography from a geographical perspective. Population Geography helps to understand the various facets pertaining to the spatial variation in the distribution of the human population across the Earth with reference to the physical, cultural and socio-economic environment.
Post World War II there was increasing availability of population. This article is about the demographic features of the population of Jamaica, including population density, education level, health of the populace, economic status, religious affiliations and other aspects of the population.
Population. According to the revision of the World Population Prospects the total population was 2, in Volcanic in origin, Jamaica can be divided into three landform regions: the eastern mountains, the central valleys and plateaus, and the coastal plains. The most elevated area is the Blue Mountains in eastern Jamaica.
The highest point is Blue Mountain Peak at 7, feet (2, m). Other mountain ranges of note include the John Crow, Dry Author: John Moen. There are two main aspects of population on which geographers generally require data. These are: the state of population at a given time for a territorial unit including its geographical distribution and its composition, and the dynamics of population in time and space as a result of the combined effects of births, deaths and migration.
In his book A Geography of Population: World Patterns, published inTrewartha arranged these topics in two parts. While the first included a geographical account of population in the past, the second incorporated all the characteristics of population including biological, social, cultural and economic characteristics.
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