The relationship of long term global temperature change and human fertility.

@article{Fisch2003TheRO,
  title={The relationship of long term global temperature change and human fertility.},
  author={Harry Fisch and Howard F. Andrews and Karen S Fisch and Robert Golden and Gary L. Liberson and Carl A. Olsson},
  journal={Medical hypotheses},
  year={2003},
  volume={61 1},
  pages={
          21-8
        }
}
UNLABELLED According to the United Nations, global fertility has declined in the last century as reflected by a decline in birth rates. The earth's surface air temperature has increased considerably and is referred to as global warming. Since changes in temperature are well known to influence fertility we sought to determine if a statistical relationship exists between long-term changes in global air temperatures and birth rates. The most complete and reliable birth rate data in the 20th… CONTINUE READING

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