Which of the Following Is a Density Independent Factor Limiting Human Population Growth?

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There are a number of Density independent Factors that can be attributed as Limiting Human Population Growth. The most prominent density independent factor is an Earthquake. The population of an area does not affect the population density.
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Earthquakes. They are not affected by the population of an area. All of the others listed are directly related to the population (density) in any given area. More people means more
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Predation is one of the major ways population growth is limited and is directly related to the amount of prey available. Populations can be limited by the amount of resources available
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