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

Gender balance of total population in the Arctic

The map shows the number of females per 100 males for the total population across the Arctic at the sub-regional level in 2017. This figure is commonly referred to as the female ratio. The yellow tone shows subregions with a balance between females...
2019

Settlements by size in the Arctic

The map shows the type of settlements by population size in the Arctic in 2017. The yellow tones indicate settlements with less than 5 000 inhabitants, and the blue tones indicate three types of settlements with at least 5 000 inhabitants. Most of...
2019

Share of the population by settlement size in the Arctic

The map shows the share of the population by settlement size in the Arctic regions in 2017. The colours indicate the share of the population in small (less than 5 000 inhabitants in yellow) and large (more than 5 000 inhabitants in blue)...
2019

Settlements on permafrost in the Arctic

The map shows the distribution of coastal and inland settlements on permafrost in the Arctic in 2017. Permafrost is ground that is at or below 0°C for at least 2 consecutive years. The purple tones indicate settlements located on permafrost and...
2019

Cause of death by suicide in the Arctic

The map shows the mortality due to suicide in the Arctic regions between 2012 and 2016. The orange shading indicates the suicide rate per 100 000 inhabitants. The darker the orange, the higher the suicide rate. Mental health disorders can lead to...
2019

Infant mortality rate in the Arctic

The map shows the infant mortality rate in the Arctic regions in 2012-2016. The infant mortality rate is the number of deaths per 1 000 live births of children under the age of one year. Dark purple tones indicate regions with high infant mortality...
2019

Life expectancy in the Arctic

The map shows the life expectancy at birth in the Arctic regions in 2012-2016. Dark brown tones indicate regions with high life expectancy and correspondingly light brown tones indicate regions with short life expectancy. As one of the UN...
2019

Total population change in the Arctic

The map shows the total population change by these two components at sub-regional level in the Arctic between 2013 and 2017. The two components of population change are natural change and net migration. The blue and green tones on the map represent...