1 edition of Urbanization and geographical distribution of population found in the catalog.
Urbanization and geographical distribution of population
by Social Survey Center, Pusan National University and Committee for International Cooperation in National Research in Demography in Pusan
Written in English
|Statement||edted by Bui Dang Ha Doan.|
|Contributions||Bui, Dang Ha Doan., United Nations. Committee for International Cooperation in National Research in Demography.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||306|
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The United Nations Population Division uses these data as input for estimating urbanization. Those estimates are presented in World Urbanization Prospects. Urbanization. HYDE [13,16] is a dynamic modelling effort of long-term historical population growth, providing a consistent database of 20th-century population and urban distribution at 5-minute spatial resolution (equivalent to approximately 10 km at the Equator).Full details of dataset construction are provided in Goldwijk et al.[13,16].In brief, urban-rural population numbers and Cited by: AP Human Geography: Urbanization Barron's Review.
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