According to the United Nations World Populations Prospects Report, in 2010, Japan's population density was 337.4 people per square mile. It should be noted that 80% of Japan is considered uninhabitable.
There have been many negative impacts that population density has had on Japan. The spread of disease was quickened by population density for example.
No, Mongolia has the lowest population density of any country at 1.7/km2. Japan actually has the 23rd largest population density of any country.
high areas of population density in japan are generally located in Tokyo, Japans capital. high areas of population density in japan are generally located in Tokyo, Japans capital.
Australia's population density by square mile is 2,966,200. Japan's population density by square mile is 145,898.
Having a high population density means that there are more people living in a certain distance, for example Japan would have a higher population density if 1000 people lived in an area of 1 km squared. The higher the number, the higher the population density.
the population density for japan per square yard is 17 people
337/km2 or 873/km2
337 people per square kilometer
caused a rise in "housing prices" .
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Population density measures how many people live in a square kilometre / mile etc. For example Australia has very low population density as it is a large country with a relatively small population. Japan has a high density as it has a smaller land mass but more people.
875 people per square mile
873 persons per square mile.
Kamakura is a city in Japan. The population of Kamakura is 174,412 and the population density is 11,000 people per square mile.
Japan's population density is approximately 873.1 people per square mile.
Not in landmass, but they have a high population density (nearly 150 million people), and space in Japan is at a premium.
Yes...Higher than Europe and the United States. (:
The popilation density of japan is increasing because in 2005 it was 339.5 and in 2010 it is 337.4 now so that would mean it is increasing i hope i helped you out
Bengladesh; Indonesia; Taiwan; Singapore; Japan
well canada is much larger but will hold a lot of people but doesnt and Japan is the complete oppisite
Many Japanese people live in cities where they are most likely to find work. This means many people living in a smaller area, thus high population density.
Oklahoma has a 2014 population estimate of 3,878,000 and Japan is 127,220,000. Japan population is actually declining slightly, but how do the two compare? There are approximately 33 Japanese to each person in Oklahoma (that is, Oklahoma has just 3% of the population of Japan). Population density is 336 people per square km in Japan, and Oklahoma has 21.7 people per square km (6.5%).
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.