The demographic timebomb
- European Population and Family Statistics. // Women's International Network News;Winter2000, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p68
Discusses population in the European Union in 1998. Effect of migration; Infant mortality; Number of children born out of wedlock.
- THE DYNAMICS OF POPULATION IN YUGOSLAVIA. Breznik, Du�an // Eastern European Economics;Spring/Summer82, Vol. 20 Issue 3/4, p215
Explores the dynamics of population in Yugoslavia. Components of population movement; Trends in the development of the population; Process of demographic transition.
- Is old Europe declining? // Reproductive BioMedicine Online;Apr/May2003, Vol. 6 Issue 3, p286
Predicts the population growth in Europe. Estimated percentage decline in European population by 2050; Other countries that have the same aim; Countries considered by the United Nations Council which will have the fastest-growing population.
- BRITAIN'S DEMOGRAPHIC CHANGES: 1971-2031. Harris, H. R. // Contemporary Review;Jun2000, Vol. 276 Issue 1613, p289
Explores the demographic changes in Great Britain from 1971 to 2031. Forecast on the total school population through 2004; Why 1995 marks a striking turning point in work force trends; Future problems based on demographic analysis.
- Population soars to 19.5 million. Perry, Bronwen; Tippet, Gary // Geodate;Aug2002, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p4
Reports on the increase in the population of Australia as of August 2002.
- Population geography. Ogden, P.E. // Progress in Human Geography;Dec99, Vol. 23 Issue 4, p617
In the first of my three reports (Ogden, 1998) I promised both to provide reviews that emphasized the vitality, relevance and interest of geographical studies of population (whether written by geographers or not and whether the geographers themselves would choose to be known as population...
- ENDANGERED SPECIES THE COMING CRISIS OF UNDERPOPULATION. Bethell, Tom // American Spectator;Sep/Oct2001, Vol. 34 Issue 7, p60
Presents insights on the global population decline. Significance to humankind; Statistics on the decline in fertility; Comparison of the decline of poverty and birth rates in Mexico.
- Drunken Nation: Russia's Depopulation Bomb. Eberstadt, Nicholas // World Affairs;Spring2009, Vol. 171 Issue 4, p51
The article looks at the depopulation of Russia. Historical instances of Russian depopulation are considered, including World War II, the forced collectivization of Soviet agriculture, and the upheavals which transformed the Russian Empire into the Soviet Union. The author discusses reasons for...
- MapSearch. // Junior Scholastic;11/14/2008, Vol. 111 Issue 7, p11
The article profiles China. China is the world's most populous country, with more that 1.3 billion population. It is mentioned that most of the population live in the eastern part of the country, a place known for agricultural land. China's economy is second-largest in the world. A map of...