population dynamics


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population dynamics

[‚päp·yə′lā·shən dī′nam·iks]
(biology)
The aggregate of processes that determine the size and composition of any population.
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Hence, as an important research content of bird population ecology, it is worthy of continued concern to reveal the influence mechanism of long-term climate change on bird population dynamics (Bergmann, 1999).
Member Social Sector and Devolution at the Planning Commission, Dr Asma Hyder said that it was need of the hour that Pakistan recognises cross-sector linkages between population and development planning and incorporate population dynamics at the planning phase.
It must commission and review the reports on population dynamics affecting economic development in the province, and take policy decisions to reduce fertility and to increase uptake of family planning.
The officials said that the main functions of the ZSP included is to conduct regular surveys, research and publish information on distribution, population dynamics and status of fauna in Pakistan to advise federal and provincial policy makers on wildlife diversity and conservation.
This project will cover support in research and analysis including the impact of population growth and population dynamics on SDGs achievement in Pakistan.
"Over the next decade, population dynamics are forecast to shift, with a significant increase in the population over 40," noted Dr Gireesh Kumar, senior manager, Healthcare.
The objective of the United Nations Fund for Population Activities (UNFPA) contribution is to mainstream population dynamics across core national and provincial development plans and strategies as this is consistent with Agenda 2030 and this will improve the general quality of development planning.
This project will cover research and analysis including impact of population growth and population dynamics on SDGs achievement in Pakistan.
A striking consequence of the population dynamics in Yong Hsian is the quiet.
Through a Cornell in Turin summer program offered by the Department of Policy Analysis and Management (PAM), students observed the implications of the United Kingdom's exit from the European Union and the continent's ongoing migrant crisis as they studied immigration issues and population dynamics in Italy.
The researchers also obtained baseline data on the penguins' diet, population dynamics, and genetic relationships.
She is working with Inuvialuit and Gwich'in land users to document their traditional knowledge of muskrat population dynamics, health, habitat, and trapping practices.