20 Years of Global Migration—in One Chart

Mar 28 2014, 1:00 PM ET  www.theatlantic.com
These flows represent 75 percent of human migration from 2005-2010. (Circos/Krzywinski, via Quartz)

These flows represent 75 percent of human migration from 2005-2010. (Circos/Krzywinski, via Quartz)

It’s no secret that the world’s population is on the move, but it’s rare to get a glimpse of where that flow is happening. In a study released Friday in Science, a team of geographers used data snapshots to create a broad analysis of global migrations over 20 years.  Click here to read more.

 

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