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Track #59394: APES Population Websites
Annotated by: Mike Carney
1. Human Population Studies Assignment

An assignment for students to investigate the changes in survivorship curves in human populations.

2. San Francisco Obituaries

Data-base for 19th century death data to be used in conjunction with the assignment above.

3. Population Pyramids

This page allows you to obtain population pyramids (graphs that show the distribution of population by age and sex) for every country.

4. Human Population Info

Everything you needed to know about populations.  The "Animations" are especially valuable for helping you understand how populations change.

5. US Census Bureau Homepage

All the data you will ever need about human populations on this planet.

6. Populationconnection

Homepage of an organization devoted to achieving zero population growth of the human race.  You can also order the "World Population" video here.

7. Obituary Daily Times Website

Data-base for present day obituary data. Goes with the human population studies assignment above.  Search the database for present-day deaths in just about any city.

8. US Population Growth From 1790-1990

Graphical depiction of the growth of the human population in the USA for two centuries...

9. US Census Bureau PopClocks

Numerically displays the growth of humans on the planet and in the USA.

10. United Nations Data Info on World Populations

Explore how world and regional human population sizes, densities, urban and/or rural percentages have changed/will change...

11. Additional Cemetary Information

Check death data for cemetaries all over the United States.

12. Take a Quiz to Determine your "Footprint".

See how your lifestyle compares to others.

13. Additional Cemetary Information from 1700-1800s

Data sets will open in PDF format.

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