This course includes the definitions of population geography, its importance and its relation to the other sciences. The main objective of this course is to study the various aspects of the world population (population growth through history, spatial distribution on earth surface, density of the demographic situation and characteristics, social and economic structure). The effect of the geographic factors on population distribution into different area of the world, and the role of population policies in relation to the growing food crises phenomenon in the third world. The course also includes the population projections and its modeling in order to understand the optimum size of population within the context of proportional availability of natural resources of the world

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