Definition of Net Migration?

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Net migration is the difference between immigration and emigration in a certain area during a specified time frame. It includes both citizens and non-citizens and is used to determine the net migration rate by dividing it per 1,000 inhabitants.
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Migration is a group of animals or people moving across the land in search of shelter, food, or comfort. It can occur yearly with some animals, birds migrating south for the winter
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The difference between immigration and emigration in a certain area during a specific time frame, and the difference between DIPS AND DIPPETS! hahaha.
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The figure derived when natural increase is subtracted from the total change in population.
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Partial migration is in reference to a species that does not move away from its breeding ground permanently. In a species where the breeding cycles are different, partial migration
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To calculate crude net migration rate use the formula: I - E / P * 100. I represents the total number of immigrants and E sands for the total number of emigrants ...
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