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Human Demographics

Human Demographics explores human population growth and the current demographic transition. Allows students to shift and change fertility and mortality rates. Shows overall population growth, both officially projected and simulated, and population pyramids, for 7 example countries (USA, China, Egypt, Germany, India, Italy, Mexico.) Used in teaching Environmental
Science and Conservation Biology.

Please see also The Habitable Planet treatment of Demographics.

Original: 
December, 2000
Revised: 
April, 2005
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