What was one of the main reasons why the population decline greatly in Mexico from 1500s to 1600s?
diseases introduced by the spanish
Currently, there are no issues directly related to population. Mexico has reached the Stage 3 of demographic transition, meaning there is a decline in the birth rate (now 40% lower than its pre-transition levels) and a steadily aging population. Following current population trends, Mexico may reach a population of 216 million by the end of 2100.
Which country Mexico japan and US will have the greatest percentage increase in demand for baby diapers in 2000 and 2050 for retirement villages?
Why did the indigenous population of Mexico Central America The Caribbean and South America decline with the arrival of Europeans?
Mexico City is NOT a rural area! There is rural decline outside of Mexico City which is causing urbanization (growth in urban areas) . The definition of Rural Decline is: worsening economic conditions in rural areas, often forcing people to move to the city **Definition from a geography book** P.S. You are probably doing this for a project, so I recommend you actually try to look it up.