Final Call DePOPULATION SECTION • October 5, 2021

depopulation: (dē-pŏp′ye-lā′-shŭn)

To reduce sharply the population of, as by disease, war, or forcible relocation. A reduction over time in a region’s population can be caused by sudden adverse events such as outbursts of infectious disease, famine, and war or by long-term trends, for example sub-replacement fertility, persistently low birth rates, high mortality rates, and continued emigration.

 

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