expanding population

expanding population

[ik′spand·iŋ ‚päp·yə′lā·shən]
(ecology)
A population containing a large proportion of young individuals.
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Energie Fitness said Inverurie was chosen due to the rapidly expanding population, both in and around the town.
Details were finally unveiled in 2017 for a PS10 million facility which would be able to cope with the expanding population.
This Earth cannot sustain the rapidly expanding population growth and the pressure it puts on its resources.
A MAJOR upgrade of the largest wastewater treatment plant in Bahrain will help meet the needs of an expanding population, according to a key contractor.
With an expanding population in the GCC and an increase in demand for integrated logistics services, our investment in Bahrain will help us better serve customers in the region.
This insatiable greed for more allotments has resulted in decrease of green agriculture belts on periphery of every major city, creating food shortages to meet needs of expanding population growth.
Much of the drive behind this growth has been the need to care for an ever-increasing number of patients as a result of Qatar's rapidly expanding population." Acting CEO for Hazm Mebaireek General Hospital Wilson Ross also highlighted the significance of the opening.
He said essential resources like water are already facing pressure due to increased use by expanding population. He lamented that no attention was paid to build dams for the last 40 years.
[ClickPress, Mon Oct 08 2018] The rapidly growing geriatric population is creating a high need for healthcare information systems as these systems will play an important role in meeting the healthcare requirements of this expanding population. A rise in government policies focused towards maintaining the quality and reducing the cost of healthcare services is also triggering the adoption of these systems.
Of course all policing takes manpower, not easy with constant cuts to funding an expanding population and big events to police.
With Gungahlins expanding population the time is right for this kind of commitment, Senator Seselja concluded.
LAHORE -- Pakistan needs a minimum of 8 per cent GDP growth to create more jobs for its expanding population, speakers at a seminar held at a local hotel here on Wednesday agreed.