What would you like to do?
more potential arable land and natural resources can accomodate more population potentially to engross the econonmy
Which has a higher population density a city or an area in the country side?
Low density of population means that there aren't many people in a specific geographical region. To calculate the population density for an area, take the number of people who… live there and then divide that by the number of square kilometers they're inhabiting.
Sweden has a lot of wilderness where no people live at all, especially up north. Looking only at populated areas, Sweden's population density isn't nearly as low.
Area of high population density is because that area without extremes in climate and relief , and where there are fertile soils and rich natural resources and the area must be… a flat land which people can build settlements easily . Area of low population density is because the area has extreme climate or relief which present problems for living and working , such as lack of food and water and some place like mountain is uninhabited land so people which not live there . hope this will help u .
Because it is much colder, people don't want to live there. The air is thinner making it more difficult to live there physically. The soil for farming is not as good.
Canada has a low population density because it has a large area and a low amount of people living there.
Large areas with small populations and rare rain (rain is less than 25 mm per year) And a few plants.
The population density of Riverland Village is 2,500.8 people per square kilometer.
The population density of Burst - village - is 776 people per square kilometer.
Mad - village -'s population density is 66 people per square kilometer.
Zala - village -'s population density is 29 people per square kilometer.
The population density of Isfjorden - village - is 964 people per square kilometer.
The inland areas are mostly desert, with trade and living activities around the coastal areas