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"Boundary data in DDViewer were derived from the U.S. Bureau of the
Census TIGER 1992 database. Boundaries are available for counties,
county subdivisions/minor civil divisions, census tracts, and
blockgroups. One or more counties (or entire states) may be defined
the area of interest. About 225 demographic variables are available
for mapping. These were derived from the U.S. Bureau of the Census
STF3A 1990 files. A recoding option is provided enabling the creation
of user defined variables."
"Boundary data in DDViewer were derived from the U.S. Bureau of the Census TIGER 1992 database. Boundaries are available for counties, county subdivisions/minor civil divisions, census tracts, and blockgroups. One or more counties (or entire states) may be defined as the area of interest. About 225 demographic variables are available for mapping. These were derived from the U.S. Bureau of the Census STF3A 1990 files. A recoding option is provided enabling the creation of user defined variables."
Other CSSCR Data Sources:
Date: Thu, 21 Nov 1996 10:18:23 -0800 (PST) Subject: GeogD: Re: Complete U.S. Census Reference on a Single CD-ROM data! This message is to announce that CensusCD is now available at CSSCR. CensusCD is the only PC database that contains the latest entire US Census (3500+ variables for 16 levels of geography, from block group level up) on one CD-ROM. With an easy-to-use windows interface, you have access to over 1.3 billion summary counts from 67 CDs (STF-3 A to D) along with millions of street addresses from TIGER 94. CensusCD's Windows interface lets you: - Custom select demographics (3,500+ variables) and geographics (375,000+ US locations) - Search for geographic ares with area searching - Search for demographic variables by specific terms (e.g. "income") with the counts search - Input an address to get neighborhood demographics (geocoding to the block group) - View valid streets for any US zip - Create radius areas in miles from a center point for demographic reporting - Easily break down reporting areas into smaller units (e.g. all counties in CA) - Sort results in ascending/descending order - Produce reports in several formats (e.g. ASCII or Dbase) - View, search, copy into clipboard, or print reports - Export results to any statistical, database, spreadsheet, or mapping package - Reference 25,000+ lines of help and a 5-minute user guide
2000 Census Data "Now available"
African Americans move to the South in record numbers, Seattle Times, May 06, 2001 By DVera Cohn The Washington Post
Waves of people leaving the Plains Seattle Times, May 06, 2001 By Larry Fish Knight Ridder Newspapers
2000 CENSUS State's totals WERE lower Bremerton Sun, May 6, 2001 By Sean L. McCarthy Sun Staff
Newspaper Clippings: Washington's population near a record 6 million Seattle PI, Friday, December 28, 2001; by SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER STAFF AND NEWS SERVICES
Demographic graph for Washington State
Population to hit 6 billion Seattle Times, Sunday, October 10, 1999 by Matt Crenson
World's population nears 6 billion, Seattle Times, May 30, 1999 by David Briscoe The Associated Press [Population Reference Bureau, which issued its 1999 World Population Data Sheet last week]
World Population Day: most in U.S. missed it , Seattle Times, Sunday, July 12, 1998, by Tom Brazaitis,
Did 600 million people vanish? Seattle Times, Saturday, February 21, 1998 by Stevenson Swanson Chicago Tribune
Population still booming in poor countries Seattle Times, Dec. 31, 1997, by Deborah Zabarenko
Not enough food by 2025? Seattle Times, Thursday, Dec. 11, 1997 by Curt Anderson
55 percent of new moms return to labor force within first year after birth Seattle Times, Wednesday, Nov. 26, 1997 by Faye Fiore, Los Angeles Times
Auerbach, A.J. et al., "Generational Accounting: A Meaningful Way to Evaluate Fiscal Policy," Journ. of Economic Perspectives. 8(1), Winter 1994, pp.73-94.
Ballew, Paul D. and Robert H. Schnorbus, "Demographic Changes, Consumption Patterns, and the Midwest Economy," Economic Perspectives, FedResBk, Chicaco, Sept/Oct 1994, pp.2ff.
Beshers, James M., Birth Projections with Cohort Models Demography, Vol. 2. (1965), pp. 593-599. Stable jstors URL: links.jstor.org/sici?sici=0070-3370%281965%292%3C593%3ABPWCM%3E2.0.CO%3B2-W
Boventer, Edwin von, "Externalities, Aging Processes and Spatial Structures: A General Dynamic Approach," in: Chatterji and Kuenne, eds., Dynamics and Conflict in Regional Structural Change: in Honour of Walter Isard. Vol.2. MacMillan 1990. [HT388.D96]
Brown, Lester Russell, FULL HOUSE : REASSESSING THE EARTH'S POPULATION CARRYING CAPACITY / LESTER R. BROWN, HAL KANE. New York : W.W. Norton & Co., c1994. 261 p.: ill. [HB871 .B76 1994].
Cohen, Joel E. How many people can the earth support? New York, NY: W. W. Norton & Company. 1995. 532 pp.
Daily, Gretchen C. and Paul R. Ehrlich, Population, Sustainability, and Earth's Carrying Capacity: A framework for estimating population sizes and lifestyles that could be sustained without undermining future generations [from BioScience , November, 1992]
Dasgupta, Partha, "The Population Problem: Theory and Evidence," Journal of Economic Literature vol.33(4), December 1995, pp.1879-1902.(Bibliography!)
Glenn, Norval. Cohort Analysis. 1977. [Abstract]
Haveman, Robert. "Should Generational Accounts Replace Public Budgets and Deficits," Journ .of Econ.Perspectives 8(1), Winter 1994, pp.95-111.
Kelley, Allen C., "Economic Consequences of Population Change in the Third World," Journ. of Econ.Lit., 26(4), Dec.1988, 1685-1728.
Kinter, Hallie J, Thomas Merrick and Peter A. Morrison, eds., Demographics: A Case Book for Business and Government. Boulder, Co, Westview.
IIASA (International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis), "The Human Race Slows to a Crawl: The IIASA Population Project's new Popualtion Projections Reflect a Slowdown in Growth," Options, Summer 1996, pp.12ff.; IIASA Population Publications | End of World Population Growth Projected for 21st Century [New IIASA probabilistic projections also forecast rapid population aging] (News Release, Oct.9, 1996)
Lee, Ronald. History of Demography in the U.S. Since 1945. Demography and Economics University of California Berkeley, CA 94720. [10 Jan 96]
Morrill, Richard, "Development, Diversity, and Regional Demographic Variability in the U.S.," Annals (AAG), 83(3), 1993, 406-433.
Morrill, Richard, "Population Redistribution within Metropolitan Regions in the 1980s: Core, Satellite, and Exurban Growth," Growth and Change 23(2), 1992, pp.277ff.
Nash, Alan. "Population Geography," Progress in Human Geography 18(3), 1994, pp.385-395.
Noin, D. and Woods, R. (eds) (1993) The Changing Population of Europe, (Blackwell, Oxford).
Rees, P., "Estimating and Projecting the Population of Urban Communities," Environment and Planning A, 26(11), November 1994, pp.1671-97.
Rogers, Andrei. Multiregional Demography: Principles, Methods and Extensions. N.Y.: Wiley 1995.
Simon, Julien. The Great Breakthrough and its Cause. Edited by Timur Kuran. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2000. [Foreword by Richard A. Easterlin] [The long-run progress-population connection, "Sudden Modern Progress"; development discontinuities; response to Malthusian doctrine] [HB849.41 S548.2000]
Stroud, Hubert B. THE PROMISE OF PARADISE : RECREATIONAL AND RETIREMENT COMMUNITIES IN THE UNITED STATES SINCE 1950 / HUBERT B. STROUD. Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, 1995. xi, 220 p. : ill., maps. [HV1454.2.U6 S77 1995]
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