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(i)favourable climate for animal rearing e.g. and low relative humidity.
(ii)rolling/undulating plain; home of the Fulani – traditional cattle rearers and absence of tsetse fly.
(iii)adequate pasture/savanna grassland and high demand for cattle and its products.
(i)unreliable and scanty rainfall and presence of tsetse fly in some areas
(ii)inadequate drugs and vaccines and overgrazing of pasture.
(iii)insufficient surface water in the dry season and inadequate veterinary services
(i)Distance from the sea
(iii)Planetary wind and pressure belts
(iv)Altitude and relief
(i)Long and heavy rainy season; This rainy season starts in late March and continues up to the end of July. The rainiest, peak period is in June and affects most parts of southern Nigeria. More than 85% humidity and wet rainy weather in most southern parts of Nigeria is observed during this season.
(ii)Short rainy season; This rainy season is very short and can be called an “August break”. It lasts from early September to mid-October and reaches its peak period at the very end of September. The short rains are not as heavy as those seen during the long rainy season.
(iii)Wet and long rainy season; The wet season lasts from June to September during which the amount and duration of rainfall increases from the south to the north of the country. The rains during the wet season are usually heavy and short, accompanied with storms.
(i) Agricultural importance: Rain is immensely important to agriculture. Where there is a limitation in water supply the plants do not develop as they should. The water is vital for the maintenance of physiological and chemical processes that takes place within plant structures.
(ii) Source of energy: Rain facilitates electricity supply through hydropower eg Kainji Dam locatedacross the Niger River in Niger State.
(iii) Source of water for drinking: Rain is needed for drinking because it can become as a source of fresh water. Humans require water to survive, as water is needed for us to stay hydrated. Plants and animals are also heavily dependent on it to thrive and survive.
(i) in-creases in food production and distribution
(ii) improvement in public health (water and sanitation)
(iii) medical technology (vaccines and antibiotics)
(iv) Availability of family planning
(i)Abundant resources: Since the people are few in such localities, they constitute an abundance of untapped resources which could be utilized in the near future.
(ii)Ease of planning: With few people to take care of, it will be easier for government to plan for the populace.
(iii)Low environmental pollution: Since people in low population density areas are not much, then, the total quantity of waste generated is small and can be easily managed.
(i)Increase in Unemployment:
With rapid increase in low population density, the most daunting task in Nigeria is to provide employment not only to the growing labour force every year, but also to reduce the backlog of the unemployed from the previous years.
(ii)Low Quality of Life:
The rapidly growing in low population density has kept the quality of life of the majority of Indians at a very low level. In other words people lacking access to health services and safe water and the percentage of children under five who are moderately or severely underweight.
(iii)Environmental Degradation: low population density is a major source of environmental degradation in the world Population affects the environment through the use of natural resources and production of wastes.
(i)United States Hartsfield – Jackson Atlanta International Airport.
(ii)China Beijing Capital International Airport
(iii)United States Los Angeles International Airport.
(iv)United Arab Emirates Dubai International Airport.
(i)High Speed: It is the fast speed means of transport. Passengers and goods can be transported easily from one place to the other.
(ii)Minimum Cost: Unlike railways and road transport, there is no need to spend money on the construction of any track or road, only airports have to be constructed.
(iii)Strategic Importance: An airway has great strategic importance. It can be used for internal and external security
(iv)Easy transport of costly and light goods; It is quite convenient to send costly, light and perishable goods through air transport.
(i) rugged terrain: some terrain are rough as they undulate thereby make construction of railway difficult
(ii)steep slopes: where the gradient is steep, it is difficult for trains to climb;
(iii)soil/landslides: the land in some areas are liable to falling thereby blocking the railway;
(iv)presence of many rivers: on terrains where rivers are numerous, the cost of constructing railways is high