POPULATION DISTRIBUTION AGAINST THE BACKGROUND OF URBANIZATION AND REPRODUCTION

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Published: 2021-12-29

Page: 1469-1472


NANA BERDZENISHVILI *

Department of Geographical Sciences, Georgian Academy of Ecological Sciences, Telavi State University, Georgia.

*Author to whom correspondence should be addressed.


Abstract

The growth and development of the city is connected with the process of urbanization. Urbanization is a multifaceted economic, socio-demographic process. It has two characterizing factor. The first is quantitative character and specific share of the population among the entire population of the country. The second factor, characterizing the quality of character and it is associated with the spread of the rules of urban life in this territory.

With the growth of cities and the problems become more complex, urban transport is often not possible to move the daily population at large distances. Such changes affect the relief hydrographic cobweb-changing nature of the precipitation formation, distribution, composition, structure and level of contamination. There are Detectable anthropogenic contributions on plant cover and wildlife in the city.

Keywords: Urbanization, world regions, population, cities, socio - economic processes


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BERDZENISHVILI, N. (2021). POPULATION DISTRIBUTION AGAINST THE BACKGROUND OF URBANIZATION AND REPRODUCTION. Asian Journal of Advances in Research, 4(1), 1469–1472. Retrieved from https://mbimph.com/index.php/AJOAIR/article/view/2717

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