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For starters, continued population growth in the west will cause farmers and agriculturalists to continue to use up water supplies from the Pacific Ocean and nearby rivers. Overpopulation growth will create more demand for meat products and dairy in the specific regions. This alone is a defining problem for farmers and agriculturalists because they need to supply water in order to feed cattle and grow food to feed those animals as well. In addition to overuse of water, overpopulation in this region of the earth will create massive droughts throughout communities over time because water will become a scarcity. A second consequence of continued population growth in the west will be an overpopulation of public schools. With overpopulation of public schools, lower income families will have a much more difficult time to find a school that will accept their child due to overpopulated schools. In truth, students who will be able to afford schools will be much more likely to be accepted than those students who cannot afford it. These are some of consequences that may occur due to continued population growth in the west.
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