Population Control and Migration
Lowering birth rates- education and healthcare
Lowering birth rates- contraception and family planning
Immigration- to live permanently in a foreign country
Emigration- to leave a native country permanently
High daily or seasonal mobility in search of food.
High international emigration and international migration from rural to urban areas.
Stage 3 and 4
High international immigration from cities to suburbs.
Distance of Migration
Ravensteins 2 laws
Internal migration- permanent move within the country
International migration- permanent move outside the country
Types of Internal Migration
International Migration Patterns
Largest Migration flows
The population center shows the average location of everyone in the country.
Migration Between Regions
To turn an area into a place where a lot of people live and work.
Ex: The number of people living in urban areas increased by 5 percent in 1800, 50 percent in 1920, and 80 percent in 2010.
To leave the city and settle nearby and make smaller towns and cities.
Ex: Twice as many people moce from cities to suburbs as they move from suburbs to cities.
To leave urban areas for rural areas.
Ex: Colorado, Idaho, Utah, and Wyoming are rural areas in the United States people like to move to.
Push and Pull Factors
Push: Low payment and poor income
Pull: Areas with good high paying jobs
Push: Dangerous enviorment, floods and droughts
Pull: Attractive, mountains, sea, warmth
Push: Slavery, Refugees, Asylum seekers