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The Modern Period after c 1650
Contemporary World Distribution and Density of Population
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accelerated Africa age groups age structure Agricultural Revolution Anglo-America areas Argentina Australia average Behm Braidwood centers century cities concentration culture death rates decades decline demographic transition demographic transition model density map differential Durand earlier early earth's population eastern ecumene estimates Eurasia European factors females fertility Figure growth rates Human Population India industrial inhabitants involving Japan labor force lands Latin America less developed countries less developed realm less developed regions living mainly males Mediterranean migration million modern period natural increase nonecumene North northern numbers Oceania percent Petersen popu population characteristics population densities population distribution population geography population growth population numbers probably proportion rapid relatively represent rural settlement sex ratio social South America southern square kilometer square mile stage TABLE tertiary tion total population traditional societies tropical typology United Nations urban population western Europe William Petersen world distribution World Urban York young