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A population refers to the collection of organisms that belong to similar species and live in a single geographical area at a specified time. An example of a population is all the people residing in the United States.
Asked in Demographics, Population
What is the population of Earth?
According to the US Census estimates, the population of the world was approximately 6,985,119,415 people (6.99 billion) on January 1, 2012. As of March, 2012, there were over 7,000,000,000 (7 billion). The UN had estimated 7 billion in October, 2011. Currently, the population shows a net increase of about 60 to 70 million people a year. (For updated estimates, see the related links below) ...
Asked in Population
How many people are in the world right now?
The population of the world can only be an estimate. It changes every day, so the answer will need updating. On March 16, 2018, a WorldOMeters World Population Clock shows that there are 7.6 billion people living on Earth right now. The U.S. Census Bureau population clock indicates there are 7.46 billion people. They are both estimates. ...
Asked in London, Population
What is the population of London England?
The population of the 32 London Boroughs, plus The City of London is approximately 7,700,000. These boroughs are the divisions of London which have their own local government by elected Councillors. The European Union has introduced the notion of "Larger Urban Zones" aimed at making meaningful comparisons between the demographics of the major cities in Europe. The measure given for the Larger Urban Zone centred around London is 11,917,000 Sometimes confusing to overseas visitors, "The City of London" is a small area (roughly one square...
Asked in Mexico, Population
What is the population of Mexico?
Current population for Mexico is 130,745,337 (mid-2017 est.), ranking 10th worldwide. Following are the figures of population for Mexico, according to past census and estimates 1950-2050: 1950: 25,791,017 (1950 Census) 1955: 32,930,000 1960: 34,923,129 (1960 Census) 1965: 45,142,000 1970: 48,225,238 (1970 Census) 1975: 60,678,000 1980: 68,347,000 1985: 76,767,000 1990: 81,249,645 (1990 Census) 1995: 91,158,290 (1995 Census) 2000: 97,483,412 (2000 Census) 2005: 103,263,388 (2005 Census) 2010: 112,336,538 (2010 Census) 2015: 124,612,397 2017: 130,745,337 2020: 132,707,645 2025: 140,521,426 2030: 147,844,027 2035: 155,825,793 2040: 160,595,059 2045: 165,927,621 2050: 170,546,390 2055: 174,421,346 Future population estimates (2020+) is taken from the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin...
Asked in Population
What is transitory population?
it means when people aren't there permanently, like in cities; most people are only commuting. It can also mean in a poor area, people are living in the council houses but it may not be their permanent residence, as they do not technically own the house. ...
Asked in China and Chinese Territories, Population
What is the population of China?
1.3 billion Here are some estimates of the population of China over time: 2009: 1,331,460,000 2011: 1,342,640,000 (March 2011), almost one fifth of the world's population. 2012: 1,335,500,000 2013: 1,350,000,000 (As of early 2015, the most recent population numbers available are from 2013.) As a comparison, approximate population numbers for a few other areas (2013): India: 1.25 billion Sub-Saharan Africa: 936.9 million Latin America and Caribbean: 615.3 million Middle East and North Africa: 402.6 million North America (including the US): 351.4 million United States: 316.5 million Australia: 23.1 million 1/5 of the world's population....
Asked in Statistics, Population, Birth Rate
How do you solve low birth rate?
By having more kids. In poor countries mostly, they have a high birth rate because they arn't educated about it. In richer countries like the USA, some women might want to start a career and not have children until they are 30. ...
Asked in Population
How do you overcome population explosion?
Possibly the best way would be through education. Countries try differing methods depending on the ideology of the country. Some may seem drastic to some societies, such as the one child rule in China. Other methods employed include abortion, contraception and forms of euthanasia. Many different methods have been employed over time for social and economic reasons. It is unlikely there is a single solution. ...
Asked in Hinduism, Population
How many people around the world follow Hinduism?
According to the CIA World Fact Book, 13.78% of the world's population are Hindus. (2009 est.) Number of followers may range anywhere between 860 millions to 1.4 billion. It is world's 3rd largest religion in the world after Christianity and Islam. ...
Asked in Mexico, Air Pollution, Population
Why is pollution a problem in Mexico City?
Overpopulation, irresponsible consumer habits and geography create a "perfect storm" in Mexico City that allows air pollution to be the problem it is there. The city sits in a valley surrounded by mountains. Smog from manufacturing and chemical plants as well as vehicle exhaust fumes get trapped by the surrounding mountains due to lack of any powerful-enough winds. This makes up the layer of gloom that sits over the valley due to a "cook-pot effect". This smog can cause burning in the eyes...
Asked in Music, Population
Approximately how many songs have been produced in the US and UK since the music industry was born?
This question is too generalized. Even a guess is unlikely to come close because of the sheer number of songs that have actually been produced, let alone published. The Library of Congress or the US Copyright Office might be able to provide some info regarding the number of songs that have been submitted for copyright protection, however you would have to be able to weed out the songs submitted but never actually produced - this will most likely be an astounding number...