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Main Title Systematic Development of Methodologies in Planning Urban Water Resources for Medium Size Communities. Expectation of Life in Indiana, 1950-1970.
Author Coope, Edward R. ; Bree, Leonard Z. ; Potte, Harry R. ;
CORP Author Purdue Univ., Lafayette, Ind. Water Resources Research Center.
Year Published 1972
Report Number TR-29; OWRR-C-3277(3713); 07964,; C-3277(3713)(1)
Stock Number PB-219 978
Additional Subjects ( Water resources ; Urban areas) ; ( Water consumption ; Population growth) ; Probability theory ; Mortality ; Population migrations ; Management planning ; Aging(Biology) ; Survival ; Income ; Life span ; Social welfare ; Utilization ; Indiana ; Lafayette(Indiana)
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NTIS  PB-219 978 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 06/23/1988
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Abstract
Water consumption in a given region is dependent upon variables such as the rate of urbanization, population size, age composition, income, industrial development, recreational opportunities, etc. Estimates of future populations depend upon the calculation of age specific survival ratios for the present population. Mortality is the one stable component in population change, thus the careful calculation of present life tables provides the prerequisite for the development of reliable population projections from a basis of accurate survival ratios. The life tables developed for this research represents a series of probability statements. The data are based upon intervals of observation through the study period, 1950-1970. The reported measures of expectation of life at various ages are presented for the economic regions of Indiana, and like other life tables, are based upon the assumption that age-specific will remain the same in future years as was recorded during the observed periods. (Author Modified Abstract)