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Population Pyramids for Tanzania, Peru and Norway infographic

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SUBJECTS: Math, Science, Social Studies

TOPICS: Demographic Transition Model, Fertility/Mortality, International Comparisons, Population Pyramids

Population pyramids (age-sex diagrams) for Tanzaia, Peru, and Norway have different pyramid shapes showing different population growth rates. These pyramids can also be used in conjunction to teaching about the demographic transition model.

Data sources: UN Population Division, WHO/UNICEF JMP, International Energy Agency

Graphic originally published on the Quick Trip to 7.6 Billion wall chart.

Age diagrams for Tanzania, Peru and Norway show different population growth rates and different stages of the DTM.

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