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Theres is a lot of continents annd there is some pretty amzazing stuff about the continents and also the countries — Preceding unsigned comment added by Lil Mj2100 (talk • contribs) 17:38, 1 October 2006 (UTC) Under the top "Distribution of populations" table, it shows Oceania has a 2018 population of 38.3M, with growth rate of 1.47%. But lower down, in the Region tablesit shows Oceania had a 2016 poplation of 39.9M, growth rate of 1.54%. I suspect that the 2018 number is incorrect, I don't think the population has declined...
Should it be there? --184.108.40.20613:25, 4 October 2006 (UTC) But there are no permanent residents there. --Beardedlinuxgeek —Preceding undatedcomment added 03:15, 23 October 2012 (UTC)
South america should probably be listed in that first table. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Gsonnenf (talk • contribs) 15:45, 23 January 2012 (UTC)
These are separate continents and should be listed separately. Instead, political correctness has interfered with geography and divided North America in two, listing only "Northern America," slicing off Central America and the Caribbean and including them in "Latin America". There is no continent of Latin America. This entry is supposed to list the population of the continents, and okay, if subdivisions are also listed, fine. But not at the exclusion of the basic facts. I was going to list the two continents separately but couldn't come up with the 2000-2010 rate of increase because - you got it - those separate numbers are not that easy to find anymore, although the separate populations (but not rate of increase) are listed in Continents/Area and population. The division of the two continents is no longer the border of Panama and Colombia but the border of the United States and Mexico. This is geographically wrong, and someone who wants to know how many people live on each continen...
This article is highly biased. Either The Americas and Eurasia should be used, or North America , South America, Europe , Asia should be used. Eurasia is more geographically unified than the two Americas , since the Isthmus of Panama is a rather greater barrier to migration than the steppes of Russia. -- 220.127.116.11 (talk) 03:38, 18 April 2013 (UTC) I removed the NPOV tag because the inclusion of particular continents shows no inherent bias. You must prove bias. I, and it appears the only other two people who have posted on the issue, agree with your point. This article should reflect geographical geography, not human geography. The Isthmus of Panama really doesn't constitute a connection, but the border between Europe and Asia is too big to ignore. If you can find sources listing the populations, or have a calculator, feel free to edit the article. John Holmes II (talk) 02:07, 2 June 2013 (UTC) The article uses the United Nations Statistics Division M49 classification (https://un...
There are many sets of data under the main heading Africa. Looking at the edit text, there are regional titles that do not appear on my screen, such as Eastern Africa. It takes a while to decide where each table of data applies on the continent. I do not know the table format to know what error is, and fix it. Can someone who knows the format fix this? Thanks. — Prairieplant (talk) 11:40, 5 January 2020 (UTC)
Graph needs to be fixed, NA pop not showing, SA too big — Preceding unsigned comment added by 18.104.22.168 (talk) 23:56, 22 January 2020 (UTC)
A continent is one of several large landmasses.Generally identified by convention rather than any strict criteria, up to seven regions are commonly regarded as continents. . Ordered from largest in area to smallest, these seven regions are: Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Antarctica, Europe, and Australia.
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This is a list of countries and dependencies by population.It includes sovereign states, inhabited dependent territories and, in some cases, constituent countries of sovereign states, with inclusion within the list being primarily based on the ISO standard ISO 3166-1.
- North America
- South America
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Africa is the world's second-largest and second-most populous continent. At about 30.3 million km2 (11.7 million square miles) including adjacent islands, it covers 6% of Earth's total surface area and 20% of its land area, accounting for about a fifth of the world's land. With 1.3 billion people as of 2018, it accounts for about 16% of the world's human population. It is surrounded by large areas of water. There are 54 fully recognized and independent countries in Africa, and 14.7% (1.216 billion) of the world's population lives there. It is thought to be the continent where the first humans evolved. 1. Algeria - Algiers 2. Angola - Luanda 3. Benin - Porto Novo, Cotonou 4. Botswana - Gaborone 5. Burkina Faso - Ouagadougou 6. Burundi - Gitega 7. Cameroon (also spelled Cameroun) - Yaoundé 8. Cape Verde - Praia 9. Central African Republic - Bangui 10. Chad (Tchad) - N'Djamena 11. Comoros - Moroni 12. Republic of the Congo - Brazzaville 13. Democratic Republic of the Congo (Zaire) - Ki...
Antarctica is Earth's southernmost continent. It contains the geographic South Pole and is in the Antarctic region of the Southern Hemisphere, almost entirely south of the Antarctic Circle. It is surrounded by the Southern Ocean. At 14,000,000 square kilometres (5,400,000 square miles), it is the fifth-largest continent. For comparison, Antarctica is nearly twice the size of Australia. About 98% of Antarctica is covered by ice. However, there is a large part where the ice does not cover land: the ice shelves. There are important geographical features covered by the ice. The huge Lake Vostok has been covered by ice for at least 15 million years. There is a massive rift valley and a huge mountain range, both of which are covered at present.
Asiais the largest and most populous continent and is a continent in the seven continent system. Asia consists of forty-eight countries as per the United Nations along with many other highly autonomous regions and disputed areas that are often generalised as countries of their own. 1. Afghanistan - Kabul 2. Armenia - Yerevan 3. Azerbaijan - Baku 4. Bahrain - Manama 5. Bangladesh (বাংলাদেশ) - Dhaka (ঢাকা) 6. Bhutan - Thimphu 7. Brunei - Bandar Seri Begawan 8. Cambodia (Kampuchea) - Phnom Penh 9. China - Beijing 10. East Timor (Timor Leste) - Dili 11. Georgia - Tbilisi 12. India - New Delhi 13. Indonesia - Jakarta 14. Iran - Tehran 15. Iraq - Baghdad 16. Israel - Jerusalem 17. Japan - Tokyo 18. Jordan (Al Urdun) - Amman 19. Kazakhstan - Nur-Sultan 20. Kuwait - Kuwait City 21. Kyrgyzstan - Bishkek 22. Laos - Vientiane 23. Lebanon (Lubnan) - Beirut 24. Malaysia - Kuala Lumpur 25. Maldives - Malé 26. Mongolia - Ulaanbaatar 27. Myanmar (Burma) - Naypyidaw 28. Nepal - Kathmandu 29. North K...
Europeis the second smallest continent, but the third most populous. It is a continent in one of the seven continent systems and the seven continent system. In other systems it is part of Asia, Eurasia or Eurafrasia. Below is the list of fully sovereign or de facto countries that are indisputably either entirely or partially situated within Europe. The 49 countries are: 1. Albania (Shqipëria) - Tirana 2. Andorra - Andorra la Vella 3. Austria (Österreich) - Vienna 4. Belarus (Беларусь) - Minsk 5. Belgium (Dutch: België, French: Belgique, German: Belgien) - Brussels 6. Bosnia and Herzegovina (Bosna i Hercegovina) - Sarajevo 7. Bulgaria (България) - Sofia 8. Croatia (Hrvatska) - Zagreb 9. Cyprus (Κύπρος) - Nicosia 10. Czech Republic (Česko) - Prague 11. Denmark (Danmark) - Copenhagen 12. Estonia (Eesti) - Tallinn 13. Finland (Suomi) - Helsinki 14. Georgia - Tbilisi 15. Germany (Deutschland) - Berlin 16. Greece (Ελλάδα) - Athens 17. Hungary (Magyarország) - Budapest 18. Iceland** (Islan...
North Americais the third largest continent and the fourth most populous. It is a continent in the 7 continents system, consisting of 23 countries and 22 dependent territories which are: 1. Canada - Ottawa 2. United States of America - Washington, District of Columbia 3. Mexico - Mexico City 4. Belize - Belmopan( Central America) 5. Antigua and Barbuda - St. John's 6. Anguilla - The Valley(territory of U.K.) 7. Aruba - Oranjestad (Constituent country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands) 8. The Bahamas - Nassau 9. Barbados - Bridgetown 10. Bermuda - Hamilton(territory of U.K.) 11. Bonaire - part of the Netherlands 12. British Virgin Islands - Road Town(territory of U.K.) 13. Cayman Islands - George Town(territory of U.K.) 14. Clipperton Island- (territory of France) 15. Costa Rica - San José( Central America) 16. Cuba - Havana 17. Curaçao - Willemstad (Constituent country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands) 18. Dominica - Roseau 19. Dominican Republic (Republica Dominicana) - Santo Domi...
South Americais the fourth largest continent and fifth most populous. It is a continent in the seven continent system. In other systems it is part of The Americas. The 12 countries and 3 dependent territories belonging to it are as follows: 1. Brazil (Brasil) - Brasília 2. Argentina - Buenos Aires 3. Bolivia - Sucré 4. Chile - Santiago 5. Colombia - Bogotá 6. Ecuador - Quito 7. Falkland Islands - Stanley(territory of U.K.) 8. French Guiana - Cayenne(territory of France) 9. Guyana - Georgetown 10. Paraguay - Asunción 11. Peru - Lima 12. South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands- (territory of U.K.) 13. Suriname - Paramaribo 14. Uruguay - Montevideo 15. Venezuela - Caracas
Several terms are in use to describe the region of Australia and the nations of the Pacific Ocean. The term Oceania is usually preferred, and this is the term in use by the United Nations. The term Pacific Islandsgenerally excludes the islands of New Zealand, and the continent of Australia. The indigenous Māori of New Zealand are Polynesian people. Historically, the region was called Australasia. This term is based more on natural history (geology, and geography) rather than on politics. This term means Australia, New Zealand and the whole of New Guinea, plus those islands which are geologicallyconnected. The countries (14 total) are listed below according to their UN classification: 1. Australia - Canberra 2. Fiji - Suva 3. New Zealand - Wellington 4. Federated States of Micronesia - Palikir 5. Kiribati - South Tarawa 6. Marshall Islands - Majuro 7. Nauru - no capital; biggest city is Yaren 8. Palau - Ngerulmud 9. Papua New Guinea - Port Moresby 10. Samoa - Apia 11. Solomon Islands...
List of continents by population From Wikipedia the free encyclopedia. This is a list of continents and continental ...
This is a list of countries and dependent territories by population. The number shows how many people live in each country. Countries with the most people are at the top of the list. Countries with the fewest people are at the bottom. Also see: List of countries, List of countries by area, List of countries by population density .
This is a list of the populations of the sovereign states and dependent territories in the geopolitical region of Oceania.Although it is mostly ocean and spans many continental plates, Oceania is occasionally listed as one of the continents.