Monthly Archives: April 2020

Demographic Transition and Urbanization

If one turns to urbanization, again there are major problems with how it is usually approached by social scientists. once more, no one can doubt the great importance of the subject. For example, almost every country in the world is … Continue reading

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Environmental Destruction Brought Us COVID-19. What It Brings Next Could Be Far Worse.

Originally posted on Exposing the Big Game:
A virus that originated in animals has upended life across the globe. But the next deadly pandemic could make this look like “a warmup.” https://www.huffpost.com/entry/emerging-disease-environmental-destruction_n_5e9db58fc5b63c5b58723afd?guccounter=1 By Jimmy Tobias and Chris D’Angelo ILLUSTRATION: JUN…

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Band Graph

 It shows the trend of values, both the total and its parts, by a series of lines drawn on the same frame. The Y-axis represents the time scale and the X-axis shows the values.  The corresponding sub-division are shaded differently … Continue reading

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Coronavirus, Climate Change, and Tropical Forests

Map uses false-color satellite imagery to illustrate the varied land cover types in and around the Amazon Rainforest. Source: NASA Earth Observatory.Long before the wet markets of Wuhan became the focus of worldwide attention, scientists have pointed to tropical deforestation … Continue reading

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