Human Population Growth
The research paper is two types. The first type is an abstract of the research paper. What I mean about abstract is that I need a summarized essay about the topic which includes an abstract,introduction, and a conclusion in one page. This summarized page is due on saturday january 26, 2013. Our teacher requested six resources for this particular page. Please be aware that the attached files are not suppose to be the only resources to rely on. Please include the other 14 resources. The second type is the major research paper which is related to the first paper, but more expanded information and details. the structure of the second paper is starting with an abstract containing a large amount of details talking about the whole paper, then an introduction, then the body paragraphs, and then the conclusion. In addition, I need 14 resources for the major research paper its self. I don`t want wiki-pedia as a resource I want it to be from trusted articles that are related to the human population. Here is the prompt that the two paper should be taking about: ( We use the environment as a source of all resources and a sink for our waste. In the process we have caused a lot of stress to the environment that we might end destroying ourselves. Describe the causes of the changes in human population in the last 2000 years and remember to discuss all the negative consequences that have resulted from that increase. Human population growth rate is even worse in the developing world. Why is this so? Do you think this is a problem? Explain. What should be done to stabilize human population in the developing world? ). By the way the first paper and the second should be related to each other, but the second paper is the one that should be expanded in detail. In addition there is an attached folder that will include information that might be helpful for the major research paper. Also there is a PDf file that talks about the human population and how does it affect our environment. Please in the second paper add a couple of figures such as graphs to clarify your explanation. This second paper is due in 10 days.
Name:Instructor:Course:Date of submission:Human Population Growth.Table of contents TOC o "1-3" h z u HYPERLINK l "_Toc347693752" Abstract PAGEREF _Toc347693752 h 3 HYPERLINK l "_Toc347693753" Human Population Growth PAGEREF _Toc347693753 h 3 HYPERLINK l "_Toc347693754" Causes of the Human Population Growth. PAGEREF _Toc347693754 h 7 HYPERLINK l "_Toc347693755" Negative Consequences Resulting from Increase in Human Population PAGEREF _Toc347693755 h 17 HYPERLINK l "_Toc347693756" Human population growth rate in developing world. PAGEREF _Toc347693756 h 30 HYPERLINK l "_Toc347693757" Stabilizing human population in the developing countries PAGEREF _Toc347693757 h 42 HYPERLINK l "_Toc347693758" Determinants of high fertility rates in the developing world PAGEREF _Toc347693758 h 46 HYPERLINK l "_Toc347693764" Works cited PAGEREF _Toc347693764 h 57AbstractThe world is experiencing an unprecedented rapid change in its demographic. The most obvious and most consequential is the mammoth expansion of population with an addition of more than four billion people since 1950 (United Nations.). These different changing dynamics are affecting our source of sustenance, which is mainly the environment in ways such as depletion or eradication (Millennium Ecosystem Assessment). Scientists project the rise of an exceedingly divergent world in the coming years with potential decline or stagnation in some of the developed nations while they also project a continued and rapid growth in the less developed nations. The paper addresses in detail some of the factors that are leading to an unprecedented increase in population growth and their causes in relation to the environment. Some extraordinary trends are clear for all such as women`s fertility rapidly dropping and the life expectancy across all ranks is continuously rising to new highs.This increase in population is exerting a lot of pressure...