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

Second Homes in 2010-2017

This map illustrates the changes of number of second homes in the Nordic countries between 2010-2017. The colors of the circles in the map indicate the change in the number of second homes between 2010 and 2017. Red tones indicate decrease and blue...
2019

Second Homes in 2017

This map depicts the total number of second homes per municipality (size of the circles). Dark blue indicates higher shares second homes in relation to municipal population and light blue indicates lower shares (purple the lowest). In total, there...
2019

Community Impact by second home users in 2017

This map depicts the community impact (CI) of second home users in 2017[1]. The indicator illustrates the impact of occasional second home visitors to the municipality.CI is defined as the ratio between annual inhabitants (AI) and regular population...
2019

Nordic Midsummer analysis

After the long winter it is finally time to celebrate the solstice and the nightless nights in the Nordic countries, Midsummer. Or Sankthansaften, as they say in Norway, Sankthans in Denmark, Juhannus in Finland, Midsommar in Sweden and Jónsmessa...
2019

Nordic demographic vulnerability index 2019

The map shows the demographic vulnerability index in Nordic municipalities in 2019. The index shows the degree to which municipalities in the Nordic region face demographic vulnerabilities. It is based on 10 demographic indicators – five...
2019

Higher educational insitutions in the Arctic

The map shows universities and other educational institutions on post-secondary and tertiary level located in the Arctic. The red circles indicate a location of a university, college, or campus areas within the Arctic. The size of the circle...
2019

Natural population change in the Arctic

The map shows the annual natural population change rates in the Arctic subregions between 2013 and 2017. The blue tones indicate a positive change: subregions where the number of live births exceeds the number of deaths. The yellow colour indicates...
2019

Tertiary educational attainment level in the Arctic

The map shows the percent of individuals aged 25-64 with tertiary education as the highest attainment level in the Arctic regions in 2017. Tertiary education corresponds to International Standard Classification of Education (ISCED) 2011 levels 5-8,...