World's Population: Problems of Growth ebook
by Quentin H. Stanford
Stanford, Quentin H. comp. Note: Toronto; New York: Oxford University Press, 1972.
Stanford, Quentin H.
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Chapter: World Population Problems. The population of the world, now somewhat in excess of three billion persons, is growing at about two per cent a year, or faster than at any other period in man’s history. To appreciate the pace of population growth we should recall that world population doubled in about 1,700 years from the time of Christ until the middle of the 17th century; it doubled again in about 200 years, doubled again in less than 100, and, if the current rate of population increase were to remain constant, would double every 35 years.
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World population growth - the statistics and trends in context. For simplicity's sake, we'll assume the population increase between now and 2050 will be linear. Experts predicts that population growth will be faster in the early part of the period than in the later part, but for our purposes, working with an average increase will be fine. If we convert the total population growth of . billion for the first half of the 21st century to an annual rate of growth, we can expect 54 million additional people per year to occupy the planet
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The world's population. by Quentin H. Stanford. Published 1972 by Oxford University Press in Toronto, New York. Birth control, Internet Archive Wishlist, Population forecasting, Demography, Population. Bibliography: p. 329-338.
The World’s Population: Problems of Growth (1972), p. 1. oogle Scholar. Authors and Affiliations. Cite this chapter as: Robinson H. (1981) The Growth of World Population. In: Population and Resources. Focal Problems in Geography.
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