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Urbanisation on the Caspian shores

The population dynamics of the Caspian littoral states (US Census Bureau 2010) in 1992 – 2007 vary: while the overall population of Kazakhstan and Russia has declined by 7.6 and 4.8 per cent respectively, the population of Azerbaijan grew by 8.2 per cent, of Iran by 16.0 per cent and of Turkmenistan by 19.8 per cent. However, the total Caspian coastal population (including only administrative units contiguous to the Caspian Sea) gradually increased from 1999, and has stabilized at aproximately 15.475 million by 2007 (National Statistics).

Year: 2013

From collection: Caspian Sea - State of Environment 2011

Cartographer: GRID-Arendal

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