Factors affecting Population Density, - Coggle Diagram
Factors affecting Population Density
Natural factors which affect population density
Different places vastly change the number of people in an area. If an area is next to mountains it will most likely have a less dense population but if an area meets the requirements like having water or lots of free land it will have a more dense area.
Natural Disasters such as tornadoes, tsunamis. earthquakes greatly decrease the likelihood of denser populations as the more dangerous the less people this can work vice versa as safer countries such as Singapore have a much higher density of people.
In conclusion for natural physicals factors the main reason why countries are more populated and denser is manly dependent on the safety, land, health and many more factors but simply put the better the state of the land or country higher chance that it will increase the density as more people would rather stay in those types of places.
A huge factor is the safety, health care and the political state of the country as the better the politics the much higher density.
A safe and trusting government would definingly lead to more people joining the country.
Economic factors which affect population density
Access to resources