What stage of the demographic transition is Mauritania in?
Canada is in the 4th Demographic Transition stage.
According the demographic transition chart and the declining BR and increasing DR, Russia is in stage 3 of the Demographic Transition!
Kenya is in stage in the demographic transition model
they are in their second stage :)
It is in stage 2.
Singapore's Demograohical transition model is stage 4
Stage 4 of the DTM
It's at Stage 4 currently.
stage 3 i think
Nigeria is currently in Stage 2 of the Demographic Transition because of the high Crude Birth Rate and the falling Crude Death Rate.
Its in stage 3
It is in stage four.
Turkey is currently in stage 4 of the demographic transition model. they have both low birth and death rates but the population still increases slowly
I believe it's in Stage 3.
Stage 3 in the DTM
it is currently in the Akash Rathod stage
i thought it was stage 3
It's probably in Stage 2
3, going into 4
Currently, Australia is a Stage Four Country :) I had to do a project on this.
I'm pretty sure its stage 4 or 5
Due to their effective family planning, Iran is in STAGE THREE
Morocco is in stage 3 but not yet close to 4
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Uruguay is on in Stage 3 of the demographic transition model due to its declining birth and death rates. It does still have a relatively high birth rate, which makes it not eligible to be in stage 4.
Denmark is in stage 4 of the demographic transition. This is because of their restively low CBR (Crude Birth Rate) and CDR (Crude Death Rate) causing there population increase to be minimal
Stage two. This stage leads to a fall in death rates and an increase in population.
Around the late 1980's near the fall of the Soviet Union. Many factors show that Russia is still in Stage 3 but quickly approaching Stage 4 of the Demographic Transition Model (DTM.)
Cameroon is currently in the second stage of the demographic transition model. This is due to its high death and birth rates and its population is increasing exponentially.
Stage 4; the same as most Western European countries.
I don't know what stage it is in. You should probably try a different website.
stage 2 third world country
Utah is in stage one two three or four.
Slovakia can be said to be on approximately Stage 3 of the DTM, approaching Stage 4.
The USA is in Stage 4 of the transition model because of its birth rates and death rates are relatively low but the population is still increasing.
a high death rate and a high birthrate.
limitations of demographic transition
My human geography teacher told me it's 4
predict it yourselves.... that's why you it's called predict
Zimbabwe, Botswana, Swaziland, Lesotho, Namibia, Kenya and Ghana,
stage 3: Bangladesh's population has gone through the second stage of the demographic transition. Bangladesh is now in the third stage of the transition- CBR is decreasing and beginning to converge with CDR. Projections predict that Bangladesh's population will reach its replacement rate (CBR = CDR) around year 2050. However, when this occurs the population will still be increasing due to the large amount of its population at reproductive age.
I can kill a cat in the hat using demographic transition.
Transition from high birth rate to low death rate is known as Demographic transition. It occurs during the development of a country from pre-industrial to industrialized system and is represented by demographic transition model (DTM).
Demographic transition refers to a shift in death rates followed by a shift in birthrates, and its associated population boom; Most developing nations are going through a demographic transition today. Demographic transition refers to a shift in death rates followed by a shift in birthrates, and its associated population boom. Most developing nations are going through a demographic transition today.
It's obviously in Stage 2, if you look at a population pyramid, it's quite easy to see.
Stage3 of the Demographic transition model due to medical advances and a declining death rate
The demograhic transition of Lebanon is stage 3. The birth rates are high while the death rate is low. The rate of natural increase about 1.5 also fits in stage 3.
Guinea-Bissau in most assumptions is in stage five of the demographic transition. As a professor in Human geography at Yale, I can prove that Guinea bissau is stage five because it refers to the transition from high birth and death rates to low birth and death rates as a country develops from a pre-industrial to an industrialized economic system. This is typically demonstrated through a demographic transition model (DTM). The theory is based on an… Read More
Stage 2 because the birthrate is very high and the death rate actually dropped to around 9-10 births per 1000. hope this helped