Dynamic population models, or models with changing vital rates, are only beginning to receive serious attention from mathematical demographers. Despite considerable progress, there is still no general analytical solution for the size or composition of a po
Researchers with the Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development recently released some new research about the over 120-thousand Alaska Native
So great— very lucky— to visit Fairbanks— a wonderful town— had a great time meeting people and enjoying the and food and drink and town, and hopefully provided some useful info and resources. And did you know Karl Kassel is on the Assembly? Thanks so much, Janet!
New historical 1990-2000 population data by age, sex, race, and Hispanic origin are now available on our Web site: http://laborstats.alaska.gov/pop/popest.htm. Click on “Historical Data: Alaska Statewide” and “Historical Data: Boroughs/Census Areas.” These data are intercensal population estimates, which take into account information from both the 1990 and 2000 Censuses to improve the time series of annual numbers back to 1990.
Thanks to David Howell in our office for putting these together— Neat to have another decade of historical data posted!
I’m starting a move up to Anchorage, and looking forward to new days and adventures— fun to have this on the horizon— if anyone has any tips or favorite spots/areas/activities, don’t hesitate to share. Definitely want to get into indoor climbing, and make use of those golf courses, and the snow in the winter, and catch a couple city-fish (and country ones)— also excited about being connected to many different Alaska places, and learning more about this great state, and doing more outreach for work. Nenana is high on the list to visit on a weekend, as are Fairbanks, Chena Hot Springs, Palmer and Homer.
Also a blogging/social-networking change might be in order with this— gotta keep these things new— what will it be? A different Tumblr? I do think Tumblr’s really awesome… Maybe go old-school back to Xanga? …will see/share.