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References - Population

Demeny, P. (1990). Population. In: B.L. Turner II, W.C. Clark, R.W. Kates, J.F. Richards, J.T. Mathews, and W.B. Meyer (Eds.). The earth as transformed by human action. Cambridge University Press, New York. pp. 41-54

Durand, J.D. (1977). Historical estimates of world population. Population and Development Review, 3(3): 253-296

Gazetteer, The (2004). The World Gazetteer, Current population figures for cities, towns and administrative divisions of all countries largest cities of the world, last visited june 2004.

Grigg, D. (1987). The industrial revolution and land transformation. In: M.G. Wolman, and F.G.A. Fournier (Eds.). Land tranformation in agriculture, SCOPE 32. John Wiley & Sons, Chichester - New York - Brisbane - Toronto - Singapore. pp. 79-109

Klein Goldewijk, K. , A. Beusen, and P. Janssen (2010). Long term dynamic modeling of global population and built-up area in a spatially explicit way, HYDE 3.1, The Holocene. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0959683609356587

Klein Goldewijk, K. (2005). Three Centuries of Global Population Growth: A Spatial Referenced Population (Density) Database for 1700 – 2000. Population and Environment, 26 (5): 343-367.

Klein Goldewijk, K., R. de Man, J. Meijer and S. Wonink, (2004). The Environmental Assessment Agency 2004 World Regions and Subregions, National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM), KMD Memo M001/04.

McEvedy, C. and R. Jones (1978). Atlas of World Population History, Middlesex, England: Viking Penguin. pp. 342-51.

Merrick, T.W. (1986). World population in transition. Population Bulletin, 41(2): 53.

Mitchell, B.R.  (1993). International Historical Statistics, The Americas: 1750 - 1988. New York, Stockton Press, London, MacMillan Publishers Ltd., 817 pp.

Mitchell, B.R. (1998). International Historical Statistics, Africa, Asia & Oceania: 1750 - 1993, Third Edition. New York, Stockton Press, London, MacMillan Reference Ltd., 1113 pp.

Mitchell, B.R. (1998). International historical statistics Europe: 1750 - 1993, Fourth Edition. New York, Stockton Press, London, MacMillan Reference Ltd., 959 pp.

Lahmeyer, J. (2004). Populstat database. Growth of the population per country in a historical perspective, including their administrative divisions and principal towns.

Maddison, A. (1995). Monitoring the world economy 1820 - 1992, OECD, Paris.

Tobler, W., Deichmann, U., Gottsegen, J., and Maloy, K. (1995). The global demography project, NCGIA, Santa Barbara, CA, USA. Technical Report TR-95-6.

UN (2008). World Population Prospects, the 2007 Revision, United Nations, Washington.

Urquhart, M.C. and K.A.H. Buckley, (Eds.) (1965). Historical statistics of Canada, Cambridge: University Press; Toronto: MacMillan Company of Canada Ltd., pp.672.

U.S. Bureau of Census (1976). The statistical history of the United States; from colonial times to the present, New York; Basic Books, Inc. Publishers.

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