Inverse population density is when the population density decreases, the population growth rate also decreases. This is opposite to density dependent because here the population growth rate decreaes as population density increases.

A density independent factor affects the members of a population regardless of population density, whereas a Density dependent factor affects a population because of the density of the population.

There are two measures of population density. Arithmetic (or crude) population density is simply population/area, giving you x people per square ______. Physiological density is population/arable (farmable) land.

Population density is the number of people resident in a unit area. Population increase / decrease would be CHANGE in the population density over time.

The continent of Antarctica has the lowest population density, as it has no permanent population. Australia has the lowest population density at 2.8/km2 (7.3/sq. mile).

The formula for calculating density is: Population density= Total population divided by total area. Simply, if you have a scientific calculator, do the population over area.

The population density of the US is 32/km2. To find the population density of a place, you divide the total population by the area of the place. US - Population : 313,839,000 Area : 9,826,675 km2

Migration could do one of two things to population density. Migration can increase population density in the area where most people live and decrease population density in the area most people leave.

The African country with the highest population density is Mauritius which is an island. Rwanda is the one with the highest population density on mainland.

Europe does not, Asia is the continent with the highest population density. However, Monaco (a European country) is the country with the highest population density.