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Q: what is The difference between population geography and demography is that population geography is
A: Population geography is a branch of human geography that is focused on the scientific study of people, their spatial distributions and density. [ To study these factors, population geographers examine the increase and decrease in population, peoples' movements over time, general settlement patterns and other subjects such as occupation and how people form the geographic character of a place.
Population geography is closely related to demography (the study of population statistics and trends). ]
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