How latitude was calculated in Classical Greece

A) How was latitude calculated in Classical Greece? (1 mark)

B) How does agglomeration differ from deglomeration? (1 mark)

C) What are the three variables that explain commodity flows? Define each. (2 marks)

D) Differentiate between stock resources and renewable resources and give two examples of each (2 marks).

  1. Research Question (10 marks)

A) Describe the four stages of the Demographic Transition Model, making sure to mention what happens to the crude birth rate and crude death rate in each stage. Identify 2 reasons for these birth rate and death rate trends in each stage. You must cite the textbook and two other academic sources. (2 marks)

You will use the textbook description, but expand beyond that using two other sources. You should format your answer with headings for each stage. Your answer should be 300-400 words and include a word count at the end.

At the end of your answer to this question, you should have a list of references (at least the textbook and two other academic sources), formatted correctly using APA.

B) Using the 2016 World Population Data sheet, identify the crude birth rate, crude death rate and rate of natural increase for Japan. What stage of the DTM would Japan be in now? Using at least three academic sources, discuss three reasons that Japan is in this stage. (8 marks)

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