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Population, services and infrastructure in sparsely populated rural regions. Development trends in Europe



Population, services and infrastructure in sparsely populated rural regions. Development trends in Europe



Beitrage, Akademie fur Raumforschung und Landesplanung, Hannover 107: 159-166



The paper focuses on population changes in rural areas of Europe and particularly the situation in sparsely populated rural regions. It first defines what constitutes a rural area, taking into account such factors as size, population density, agricultural structure and location in relation to urban centres.

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