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Serbia and Montenegro Summary

Population 2000 (NSO-Based Estimate '000) 10,633   Population 2000 (UN '000) 10,552
Area (km2) 101,561   Avg. Input Resolution (km) 159
Number of Administrative Units 4   Population Per Administrative Unit ('000) 2,658
Number of Urban Extents 70   Number of Settlement Points 62

Serbia and Montenegro Details

Continent Europe
Country Name Serbia and Montenegro
Administrative Classifications
Level Used 1.0
Leve1 Type Province
Level2 Type Municipality
Level3 Type Settlement
Number of Units 4
Population Per Unit ('000) (2000, estimate) 2,658
National Population Estimates
Last Year of Reference 2001
NSO-Based Estimated Population, 1990 ('000) 10,448
NSO-Based Estimated Population, 1995 ('000) 10,549
NSO-Based Estimated Population, 2000 ('000) 10,633
UN Population, 1990 ('000) 10,156
UN Population, 1995 ('000) 10,547
UN Population, 2000 ('000) 10,552
National Spatial Estimates
Area (km2) 101,561
Average Input Resolution (km) 159
Settlement Points
Number of Settlement Points 62
Largest Settlement, by Population (2000, estimate) 1,116,987
Smallest Settlement, by Population (2000, estimate) 9,625
Mean Settlement, by Population (2000, estimate) 66,225
Urban Areal Extents
Number of Urban Extents 70
Largest Urban Extent (km2) 1,104
Smallest Urban Extent (km2) 12
Mean Urban Extent (km2) 117
Total for All Urban Extent (km2) 8,213
Largest Urban Extent (population, 2000) 1,234,552
Smallest Urban Extent (population, 2000) 1,538
Mean Urban Extent (population, 2000) 59,135
Total for All Urban Extent (population, 2000) 4,139,437
% Total Land Area in Urban Extents (km2) 8%
% Total Population in Urban Extents (2000, estimate) 39%
% Total Population that is Urban (2001, UN World Urbanization Prospects) 52%
Urban Areal Extents, by Source
Nighttime Lights Data 144
Regression-estimated Extents 0
Digital Chart of the World 0
Other 0
Administrative Population Source Data:
2003 Statistical Pocketbook. Serbia and Montenegro Statistical Office,
Administrative Boundary Source Data:
Some internal boundaries for Yugoslavia were not available from Digital Chart of the World. Boundaries with TFR Macedonia, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Croatia were therefore taken from the ESRI online data set of administrative units, as were the internal boundaries between Montenegro and Serbia. The boundaries between both Kosovo and Vojvodina with Serbia are from the Eurostat NUTS3 database (GRID-Geneva). Matched SW corner border with TFR Macedonia.
Settlement Point Population Source Data:
City Population,
Settlement Point Coordinate Source Data:
NIMA, World Gazetteer
Urban Criteria for Settlements (UN):
Not available.
Administrative Population Edits and Notes:
A population growth rate was calculated between 1988 and 1998 to estimate 1990 and 1995 population. A population growth rate was calculated between 1998 and 2001 used to estimate populations for 2000.
Administrative Spatial Edits and Notes: