posted by jazz on .
natural environment, history, and level of economic development are factors that influence population patterns. Looking at the case study on Australia, can you think of any other factors that may influence population patterns? Explain.
umm.. translation plz? :)
Apparently you've read a case study on Australia, right?
The natural environment (climate, land and water forms, indigenous plants and animals), history, and how the people and the country make money help people decide where to live.
Can you think of any other things that influence where people live?
like how many people live there, if there's not alot of people who live there, or if its crowded.
Most people live in cities, right? Why do so many people live in cities?
So many people live in cities because... umm... there are ... more attractions, and everything is close by?:S im not really sure.
its ok i figured this one out i just read it over and found the answer in the book, but thx anyways ur great help!:)
Money! Money! Money!
Jobs! Jobs! Jobs!
The major reason that people live in cities is for jobs. Rural areas have few jobs, except for farming. In Australia, as in many countries, very few people still can make a living on small family farms. Small towns typically have few good-paying jobs.
A few people also live in cities because of better schools and medical care, as well as the entertainment facilities.
actually that does help hehe thank u:)