COUNTING CHEMISTS: THE DISTRIBUTION OF CHEMICAL EXPERTISE IN SCOTLAND IN THE FIRST HALF OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY
- Population Trends. Polzin, Paul E. // Montana Business Quarterly;Summer2006, Vol. 44 Issue 2, p20
The article provides an overview of the population estimates released by the U.S. Census Bureau for the state of Montana. Overall population growth between 2000 and 2005 was much less than that reported from 1990 to 1995 according to the census. The components of population change are shown. The...
- U.S. Places of 5,000 or More Population With ZIP and Area Codes: Arkansas. // World Almanac & Book of Facts;2004, p384
Presents a list of places in Arkansas with a population of 5,000 or more. Arkadelphia; Batesville; Beebe; Dumas; El Dorado.
- U.S. Places of 5,000 or More Population With ZIP and Area Codes: California. // World Almanac & Book of Facts;2004, p384
Presents a list of places in California with a population of 5,000 or more. Adelanto; Agoura Hills; August; Barstow; Blythe.
- U.S. Places of 5,000 or More Population With ZIP and Area Codes: District of Columbia. // World Almanac & Book of Facts;2004, p389
Presents a list of places in the District of Columbia with populations of more than 5,000. Population in Washington.
- The UK population: how does it compare? Matheson, Jil // Population Trends;Winter2010, Vol. 142, p1
This is the fourth demographic report for the UK, providing an overview of the latest statistics on the population. This year's article compares the UK with other European countries and a range of nations from around the world. Statistical comparisons are made for fertility, mortality, ageing,...
- Covering All Bases: early thoughts for population bases for the 2011 Census. Baker, Lucy // Population Trends;Summer2004, Vol. 116, p6
This article discusses early thinking on the options for the population bases to be used in the 2011 Census. It describes some of the work being conducted to enable a decision about bases to be reached, including historic and international reviews of censuses. It also discusses the implications...
- Rebasing the annual mid-year population estimates for England and Wales. Duncan, Craig; Chappell, Roma; Smith, Jonathan; Clark, Liz; Ambrose, Francesca // Population Trends;Autumn2002, Vol. 109, p9
The ONS produces mid-year population estimates annually, which are based on updating from the most recent census. Therefore, whenever results become available from a census, a new base is created for the population estimates. This has implications for historic series, which need to be revised to...
- Readers respond. Bob, R.; M. O.; Patrick, H.; Ronald, C.; Brian, H.; Rushim, B.; S. Z.; Greg, W.; Michael, M. // Crain's Chicago Business;2/21/2011, Vol. 34 Issue 8, p23
The article presents readers' response to the blog "Chicago population drops 200,000 as blacks go; other census findings revealed," published on February 15, 2011 online at the Web site ChicagoBusiness.com.
- More People, More Growth, But Less Clout. Reiff, Rick // San Diego Business Journal;5/24/2004, Vol. 25 Issue 21, p39
Discusses highlights from the 2003 California population statistics. Population in the state's urban counties; Clout of politicians from the state's northern region in the Legislature; Difference in the quality and quantity of local television delivered in San Diego and Orange County.