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"60% of Iceland's population lives in the red area."
Similar to Iceland, Australia's population is also highly clustered.
Questions to Ponder: Why is Iceland's population so highly clustered? What is it about the red (and white) areas on the map that explain this pattern? What other layers of information do we need to properly contextualize this information?
Tags: Iceland, population, density.
The majority of Iceland's population lives in that one space.
The geography of Iceland keeps the majority of people in the place that sustains life and comfort the best and easiest.