Geography, European colonization, and past population dynamics in Africa

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Vaz Silva, Luis;
  • Publisher: University College Dublin. School of Economics
  • Subject: Umwelt | Kolonialismus | Africa--Population; Population geography--Environmental aspects; Africa--Colonization | Agrarproduktion | Africa--Population | Population geography--Environmental aspects | Africa--Colonization | Natürliche Ressourcen | Afrika südlich der Sahara | Bevölkerungsentwicklung
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Past population dynamics in Africa have remained largely elusive due to the lack of demographic data. Researchers are understandably deterred from trying to explain what is not known and African historical population estimates suffer from this lack of interest. In this ... View more
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