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INTRODUCTION

FOREWORD
Peter H. Raven

PART 1: OVERVIEW

PART 2: ATLAS
PART 3: CASE STUDIES
PART 4: ISSUES
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BACKGROUND SOURCES

Population

Section I: Current status of population

  1. One part wisdom: The great debate (Paul Harrison, The Third Revolution)
  2. The tragedy of the commons (Garrett Hardin, Science, v162 n3859 p1243-48)
  3. Briefing packet: 1998 revision, world population estimates and projections (Population Division, Dept. of Economic and Social Affairs, United Nations)
  4. Concise report on the world population situation in 1995 (Population Division, Dept. of Economic and Social Information and Policy Analysis, United Nations)
  5. World population profile 1996 - highlights and full report (International Programs, US Census Bureau et al.)
  6. IIASA population projection results (Wolfgang Lutz, The Future Population of the World: What Can We Assume Today?)
  7. Population (World Bank, World Development Indicators 1998)
  8. 1997 world population overview (Werner Foros, President, The Population Institute)
  9. AIDS shadow cools global population growth (Joby Warrick, The Washington Post, Oct. 28, 1998)
  10. Demographic consequences of declining fertility (John Bongaarts, Science, v282 n5388 p419-20)
  11. Social trends (Worldwatch Institute, Vital Signs, 1997)
  12. Social trends (Worldwatch Institute, Vital Signs, 1998)
  13. Population and human well-being (WRI, World Resources 1998-99)
  14. Stabilizing population (Worldwatch Institute, State of the World 1998)
  15. International migration 1965-1996: An overview (Hania Zlotnick, Population and Development Review, v24 n3 p429-468)

Section II: Impacts of population

  1. The population module (Wolfgang Lutz and Christopher Prinz, Population, Development, Environment)
  2. Population as concept and parameter in the modeling of deforestation (Alan Grainger, in Gayle Ness et al., Population-Environment Dynamics)
  3. Critical trends: Demographic, economic, and technical (Allen Hammond, Which World?)
  4. Population growth and Earth's human carrying capacity (Joel E. Cohen, Science, v269 n5222 p341-345)
  5. Food production, population growth, and the environment (Gretchen Daily et al., Science, v281 n5381 p1291-1296)
  6. Winning the food race (Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health, Population Reports,
    Series M n13)
  7. Human security and fertility: The case of Haiti (Alex de Sherbinin, Journal of Environment and Development, v5 n1 p28-45)
  8. Population issues briefing kit 1992 (UNFPA)
  9. Population and the environment (WRI, World Resources 1994-95)
  10. Dealing with population and... (Senator Paul Simon, Tapped Out: The Coming World Crises in Water)

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