Maps

Find all of Nordregio's maps published since 2015. To see older maps please visit our archive. Use the filter below to narrow your search, geographically, thematically or yearly. NB: The year chosen indicates the time frame of analysed data.




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2019

Population change in Arctic settlements

The map provides an overview of the population change in Arctic settlements with 500 inhabitants or more during the period 2000 to 2017. The purple underlaying layer shows the extent of permafrost across the Arctic. The circles indicate settlements...
2019

Share of youth population in the Arctic

The map shows the population aged 15-24 as share of the total population in 2017 at the regional level in the Arctic. Age 15 to 24 is a standard international definition of youth used by the OECD and United Nations. Dark blue tones indicate regions...
2019

Share of working age population in the Arctic

The map shows the population aged 15-64 as a share of the total population in 2017 at the sub-regional level in the Arctic. Dark purple tones indicate subregions with high share of working age population, and light purple tones indicate subregions...
2019

Share of elderly population in the Arctic

The map shows the population aged 65 and over as share of the total population in 2017 at the sub-regional level in the Arctic. Dark blue tones indicate subregions with high share of elderly people, light blue tones show subregions low share of...
2019

Indigenous population in the Arctic

The map shows the indigenous population as a share of the total population in the Arctic. Approximately one million people, or 9% of the total population in the Arctic is indigenous. Indigenous population reassembles more than 40 different ethnic...
2019

Crude death rate in the Arctic

The map shows the crude death rate in the Arctic at the sub-regional level in 2013-2017. The crude death rate is the total number of death per 1 000 inhabitants. The dark brown tones indicate subregions with a large number of deaths per 1 000...
2019

Crude birth rate in the Arctic

The map shows the crude birth rate in the Arctic at the sub-regional level in 2013-2017. The crude birth rate is the total number of live births per 1 000 inhabitants. The dark green tones indicate subregions with more live births per 1 000...
2019

Gender balance of working age population in the Arctic

The map shows the number of females per 100 males within the working age population (15-64 years) across the Arctic at the sub-regional level in 2017. This figure is commonly referred to as the female ratio in working age. The blue tones represent...