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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% respectively, the population of Azerbaijan grew by 8.2%, of Iran by 16.0% and of Turkmenistan by 19.8%. However, the total Caspian coastal population (including only administrative units contiguous to the Caspian Sea) gradually increased from 1999, and has stabilized at approximately 15.475 million by 2007 (National Statistics).

Year: 2013

From collection: Caspian Sea - State of Environment 2011

Cartographer: GRID-Arendal

Tags: caspian sea

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