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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 density was calculated by dividing total number of birds observed by the total area surveyed in Km2.
The average population density in South Sharqiyah was 26.3 per sq km, up 0.3 from 2017.
Using its machine learning capabilities, Facebook started developing population density maps to provide better tools to support connectivity efforts around the world.
The three maps include population density maps with demographic estimates, movement maps, and network coverage maps.
Highest population density (0.107 animal/ha) was recorded in Chittarpari locality, followed by D 4 (0.098 animal/ha) and Chechian (0.092 animal/ha), while lowest population density (0.052 animal/ha) was recorded at Naugran locality (Table I).
It spans across the city from the south to the north to connect more than 25 neighborhoods with high population density. The landmark project includes the first suspended causeway in the State of Qatar, which is 1,200 meters long, and a 2.6 km.-long overpass; the country's longest.
Due to a change in population density, Punjab will be the net loser in case the status quo is maintained, which may push it to make a strong case for changing both horizontal and vertical distribution of resources.
class="MsoNormalKiambu, which neighbours Nairobi city, has a relatively high population density, with 749 people sharing a square kilometre, a figure not far from Nyamira's 794.
Using city-level incidence data, base transmission potential was positively correlated with population size and with spatiotemporal organization in population density in the presence of climate forcing.
The summary was made after a meeting, the second, between ministry officials and the committee of Population Density, Identification and Population Density Statistics.
While district level population density, average household size, literacy ratios for females were used as explanatory variables.
According to statistics from 2017, Taiwan possesses the second highest ratio of convenience stores per population density of any country in the world.