Monday, March 27, 2017
Half the World's Population Lives in Just 1% of the Land [Map] - Metrocosm:
The in the map includes every cell with a population of 8,000 or more people. Since each of them has an area of about 9 square miles, the population density of each yellow cell is 900 people per square mile, roughly the same population density as the state of Massachusetts.
Conversely, the is made up of those cells with populations of less than 8,000 people. In other terms, the population density throughout the black area is 900 people per square mile.