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6.23: Recent and Future Population Growth

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demographic transition

Changes in population growth rates due to (a) falling death rates leading to increased population growth, and then (b) falling birth rates leading to decreased population growth; describes the changes in population growth that occurred in Europe and North America beginning in the 18th century.

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