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Which way to Weddell? Demographic challenges for Darwin's new satellite city

Carson, Dean B., Martel, Catherine C., Brokensha, Huw and Taylor, Andrew (2010). Which way to Weddell? Demographic challenges for Darwin's new satellite city. Northern Institute Research Brief Series,(57):1-9.

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Title Which way to Weddell? Demographic challenges for Darwin's new satellite city
Author Carson, Dean B.
Martel, Catherine C.
Brokensha, Huw
Taylor, Andrew
Journal Name Northern Institute Research Brief Series
Publication Date 2010
Issue Number 57
Start Page 1
End Page 9
Total Pages 9
Place of Publication Darwin, NT
Publisher Charles Darwin University, The Northern Institute
Field of Research 1699 - Other Studies in Human Society
Abstract Researach Aim
The research had two related aims -
1. To identify the demographic challenges faced by satellite cities in general, and
2. To investigate how the existing demography of Darwin (including experiences with the satellite city of Palmerston) might impact on those challenges.
Keywords Northern Territory
Darwin
Weddell
Satellite cities
Population
Demographic challenges
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