Half of the world's population lives in the blue area
Half of the world's population


5% of the worlds population lives in the blue shaded area, 5% also lives in the red shaded area
5% of the worlds population lives in the blue shaded area, 5% also lives in the red shaded area


Half of Canada (33.5 million people) lives south of the red line, or 45.7 degrees north
Half of Canada (33.5 million people) lives south of the red line, or 45.7 degrees north


Half of Russia's 144 million population lives in the red part
Half of Russia's 144 million population lives in the red part

Half the population of Australia in the red shaded area
Half the population of Australia in the red shaded area
2% of Australia's population lives in the yellow area
2% of Australia's population lives in the yellow area

Half the population of Brazil lives in the blue shaded areas
Half the population of Brazil lives in the blue shaded areas
Half the population of Mongolia lives in the two red dots
Half the population of Mongolia lives in the two red dots


Half the Norwegian population lives here
Half the Norwegian population lives here


Half the population of Italy lives in the yellow area
Half the population of Italy lives in the yellow area


50% of the population  of India lives in the blue shaded areas
50% of the population  of India lives in the blue shaded areas

 Half of Africa's population (550 million people) lives in the red area
Half of Africa's population (550 million people) lives in the red area

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Alex E

Ecoclimax is defined by Odum (1969) as the culmination state after a succession in a stabilized ecosystem in which maximum biomass (or high information content) and symbiotic function among organisms is kept per unit of available energy flow.