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Best Map Award 2012

The Spanish population during the twentieth century and beyond


Maria Zuniga, Angel Pueyo and Jose-Luis Calvo (University of Zaragoza)

Journal of Maps, Volume 8, 2012 - Issue 1
Published online: 16 Nov 2012

This map uses a deceptively simple layout and design that is visually pleasing yet depicts two of the most important variables in population studies: total population and population change. These are depicted at the municipality level thereby providing a high degree of spatial granularity. The inset provincial maps then include the third variable, time, depicting how the spatial distribution of population and population change has varied since 1900.


The Spanish population during the twentieth century and beyond

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