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Title : ESRI's 2006/2011 U.S. Demographic Data Tracks Population Changes (ArcNews Online)
Company : ArcNews Online
Date : 23-Jan-2007

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Populations usually move when area conditions change, improve, or decline. This is particularly true during catastrophic events such as the mass out-migrations that occurred in the Gulf Coast region during the 2005 hurricane season. Economic and social changes tend to occur gradually, which facilitates demographic data forecasting.
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