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Odense Monographs on Population Aging

Jeanne Calment and her successors

Biographical notes on the longest living human.
: Bernard Jeune, Jean-Marie Robine, Robert Young, Bertrand Desjardins, Axel Skytthe &  James W. Vaupel.
Demographic Research Monographs. 2010, side 285-323.

 

Supercentenarians

: Heiner Maier, Jutta Gampe, Bernard Jeune, Jean-Marie Robine & James W. Vaupel.
Demographic Research Monographs. 2010.

 

Supercentenarians in the Nordic Countries

: Axel Skytthe, Antti Hervonen, Celvin Ruisdal & Bernard Jeune.
Demographic Research Monographs. 2010, side 203-216. 

 

Evolution of the Danish Population from 1835-2000

International comparisons of mortality aimed at revealing age-specific and time-specific differences in survival between Denmark and nine developed countries have been carried out by estimating surfaces of ratios of death rates in the last decades.
: Kirill F. Andrews

9: Evolution of the Danish Population from 1835 to 2000, 2002. Read online

 

Species of Evidence of Exceptional Longevity

: Bernard Jeune & James W. Vaupel.

6: Validation of Exceptional Longevity, 1999: side 11-22. Read online

 

Age Validation of Centenarians in the Luxdorph Gallery

: Lise-Lotte B. Petersen & Bernard Jeune. 
6: Validation of Exceptional Longevity, 1999. Læs på nettet

 

Age Validation of Reported Centenarians before 1900 in Denmark

: Axel Skytthe, Gudrun Hauge & Bernard Jeune.

6: Validation of Exceptional Longevity, 1999: side 79-96. Læs på nettet

 

Validation of the Oldest Man

: Axel Skytthe, Bernard Jeune & John R. Wilmoth.

6: Validation of Exceptional Longevity, 1999: side 173-188. Læs på nettet

In Search of the First Centenarians

: Bernard Jeune.

2: Exceptional Longevity: From Prehistory to the Present, 1995. Read online

 

Danish Centenarians after 1800

: Axel Skytthe & Bernard Jeune.

2: Exceptional Longevity: From Prehistory to the Present, 1995. Read online

 

The Emergence and Proliferation of Centenarians

: James W. Vaupel & Bernard Jeune.

2: Exceptional Longevity: From Prehistory to the Present, 1995. Read online

 

Development of Oldest-old Mortality

Väino Kannisto was the first to collect the data, which pertain to death counts and population counts by years of age, year of birth, and current year over the last four decades or in some thirty countries, permit estimation of death rates after age 80.

: Vaïnö Kannisto.

1: Development of Oldest-old Mortality, 1950-1990: Evidence from 28 Developed Countries. 1994. Read online

 

Odense Monographs on Population Aging

Bind 1-9

Syddansk Universitetsforlag

Demographic Research Monographs

Max Planck Institute

Springer Verlag

Icons of Longevity

Luxdorph´s Eighteenth Century Gallery of Long-livers

Longevity in Art

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