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Mapping global urban and rural population distributions: Estimates of future global population distribution to 2015

Author: Deborah Balk, Melanie Brickman, Bridget Anderson, Francesca Pozzi, Greg Yetman
Organisation: FAO and The Trustees of Columbia University in the City of New York
Publish Date: 2005
Country: Global
Sector: Development
Method: Mapping
Theme: Poverty
Type: Other publication
Language: English
Tags: Mapping, Population, Urban, Rural, Demographic

There is considerable interest in the future distribution of human population. In the near term, however, there are no formal demographic forecasts of population that are spatially explicit. This exercise is a stop–gap measure to address a short-term scenario: If the current rates of population growth, as observed in the decade prior to 2000, continue for 15 years, what would the distribution of population look like in the year 2015?
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