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Beginning about 1800, the growth of the global population exploded; it doubled again by the late 1920s—a period of around 120 years to gain the second billion. After the 1920s, the time necessary to add 1 billion people continued to decline: 3 billion by 1959 (32 years); 4 billion by 1974 (15 years); 5 billion by 1987 (13 years); 6 billion by 1999 (12 years). By midyear 2012, the 7 billion mark was reached about 14 years after the population reached 6 billion. 1 World population growth over time.
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Aquaculture, resource use, and the environment by Claude Boyd, Aaron McNevin