Demography, Biology

DEMOGRAPHY -

Scientific study of vital & social statistics such as births, deaths, disease etc. of human population is called demography.

It deals with -

1.      Changes in population.

2.      Composition of population - age graph sex ratio.

3.      Distribution of population in space.

The main sources of demographic statistics are censuses.

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