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Author Barakade A., J. ♦ Bhaurao, Karmaveer ♦ Mahavidyalaya, Patil
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Subject Domain (in DDC) Computer science, information & general works ♦ Data processing & computer science
Subject Keyword Satara District ♦ Population Density ♦ Population Growth ♦ Density Increase ♦ Population Transfer ♦ Complex Relationship ♦ Urban Center Area ♦ Eleven Tahsils ♦ Spatial Distribution ♦ Populated Concept ♦ Initial Provisional Data ♦ Phaltan Tahsils ♦ Present Paper
Abstract Changing population density is often ignored in studies of population growth and population transfer in the Satara district. The population density of Satara district rose from 137 in 1961 to 268 in 2001.The initial provisional data suggest a density of 287 in 2011 compared to 268 of 2001. The present paper shows that there is a complex relationship between patterns of population growth and density increase by the Satara district. The largest gains in density are in the district of the Karad, Satara, and Phaltan tahsils. Analysis of eleven tahsils with the greatest increases in density between 1961 to 2001 shows that they are well distributed across the Satara district including the urban center areas. In general the density populated in Satara district and tahislwise are becoming more densely populated concept of were for to as densification. In this paper discussed the pattern of spatial distribution of population density shows the diagrams, graphs, maps, and tables were interpreted in the light of population density. Keywords:
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