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density

In zoning, the number of things allowed per unit of land, such as number of houses, occupants,or families per acre.

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Population decline or increases in land area caused decreases in population density in other places.
In 2011, the population density of Saudi Arabia was 13 people per sq km and was ranked 190 globally among 211 countries, which meant the Kingdom was among the 22 countries with least population density, and was at No.
Figure 2 depicts the relationship between moose population density (D) and the distance (x) from a residential area to the initial (recent) track.
These areas have high commercial activity, low vegetation cover and high population density.
Figure 1 shows average changes in the population density of census tracts as a function of the distance of the census tract from the central business district of the largest city hi the MSA.
Significant difference was observed among studied plants in terms of population density of females, males and nymphs.
The other noteworthy change is that some parts of the downtown area, which had very light population density in 1950, are now densely populated.
On the other hand, Tunceli has the smallest population density with 10 persons.
The overall impacts of both species on the areas invaded are scale dependent and are determined by the number of water bodies colonized (regional scale) and the population density in each of them (water body scale).
Dr Jerry Kolo says: "Al Rolla would definitely qualify to have a community park because of its population density, its size and the mixture of things for which it is used -- residential and commercial -- but more so, because of the history of the neighbouring Al Ittihad park.
They correlated these data with the population density (persons per square mile) and the number of mental health providers per 100,000 population.
The next section describes the environment and Section III shows how heterogeneity in population density can account for the late industrialization of China.