What Is Overpopulation?

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Overpopulation refers to the population of a region by a certain species in excess of the environment's carrying capability. Its effects include environmental deterioration, the depletion of resources, and the prevalence of disease and famine.
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Overpopulation is when there is alot of something.
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Too great a population for a given area to support. This may be because population growth has outstripped resources or because of the exhaustion of resources. The symptoms of such
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Think of people as any other resource. If a nation has a population of one, its GDP will be terrible because one person can only do so much. Add one more person, and the GDP improves
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Population expansion first began following the Agriculture Revolution around 8000 B.C. when the global population was about 5 million. This growth based in agriculture would continue
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o·ver·pop·u·late
[oh-ver-pop-yuh-leyt]
VERB (USED WITH OBJECT) [O·VER·POP·U·LAT·ED, O·VER·POP·U·LAT·ING.]
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to fill with an excessive number of people, straining available resources and facilities: Expanding industry has overpopulated the western suburbs.
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