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Figure Net migration (millions) required to hold working age population constant at 1995 levels in 2050
For the sake of comparison, there was a net migration of about 8.8 million into the EU and about 3.3 million into the Russian Federation during the 1990s.
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Figure Net migration required to hold working age population constant at 1995 levels in 2050
For the sake of comparison, there was a net migration of about 8.8 million into the EU and about 3.3 million into the Russian Federation during the 1990s.
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Figure Projected population
International comparisons
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Figure Troff document Forest and semi-natural area per inhabitant by administrative unit
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Figure Urban morphological zones (UMZ) 2000
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Figure Urban morphological zones 1990 (UMZ90)
"A set of urban areas laying less than 200 m apart" Those urban areas are defined by the land cover classes considered to contribute to the urban tissue and function.
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Figure Annual population density change (%) per massif for the time periods 1990–2000 and 2000–2005
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Figure Sudoeste Alentejano e Costa Vicentina National Park - anthropic pressures
Artificial and agricultural changes in and around the National Park
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Figure Otter populations in France in 1930 and 1990
The population is shown on level of NUTS3.
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Figure Population growth and decline in the Western Balkans, 1995–2005 and projections for 2050
Population growth and decline in the Western Balkans, 1995–2005 and projections for 2050
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