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growth, land use, food production, resource allocation, unemployment rate, pollution, traffic congestions, housing problems, high cost, food, water, transportation, sociological impacts, crowding US Census, Statistics, Pien, National Statistical Coordination Board, NSCB, Bureau of Labor and Employment Statistics (BLES), Bureau of Agricultural Statistics, BAS, Philippine Statistics, PSA, Cornelio Gacusana Caday, CGC, Kalikasan-Philippines, kalikasan-philippines.org, Ecosystems Research and Management Center, ERMC, ecosystems-research-and-management-center.org
Data Sources: The data used in the calculations to prepare the images were based mainly from the:
- Philippines Statistics Authority (PSA) - (http://census.gov.ph),and a number of the sites associated with the PSA indicated in the tags.
- US Census (http://www.census.gov), more specifically the International Data Base (http://www.census.gov/population/international/data/idb/informationGateway.php)
Caution in using population data:
The available (public) internet data from the Philippines Statistics Authority (PSA) and the related agencies (see tags) tend to be years behind; and, the links to specific data are not stable. This, are not cited here. In the case of the US Census population data, the information has not been updated for many years now, as it has been in the past. For example, the Philippine population projection data from 1950-2050 does not reflect the most recent census of the Philippines since 2010 and earlier decades.
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