Why is the population density low in Antarctica?
There are no nations in Antarctica, no established civilization. Any person lives and works there temporarily, for science to study the health of planet earth.
= What is low air density? = well, high or low are relative concepts. Normally the standard air density of the air is defined as the density of the air at 15ºC and at sea level pressure (standard conditions), what give a value of 1,225kg/m3. This way, we can talk about high or low air density related to the standard value. Air density depends on temperature and pressure. The colder the temperature the higher the…
Since people do not live in rivers, you may be asking which country that is near a river has a low population density. The two countries that might meet that description are Greenland and Mongolia. Both are in proximity to water (Mongolia is land-locked, but there are a few rivers; Greenland is an island, but it has an arctic climate), and yet both have a very low population density.