Maps of the Great Lakes

The Great Lakes are the most extensive freshwater system globally (94,600 sq mi / 244,000 sq km). The Lakes contain 5,400 cu mi (22,500 cu km) of surface freshwater on earth or 6 quadrillion gallons of freshwater (22.7 quadrillion liters), accounting for about 21% of the world’s surface freshwater or 84% of North America’s surface freshwater.

Using Digital Elevation Model data, I made the map of the Great Lakes in watercolor style.

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3D Mapping of The Global Climate

Data analyst Alasdair Rae created unique 3D maps of the global population density. This idea inspired me to make three-dimensional maps depicting different climatic parameters. To create these maps, I used Worldclim data: average temperature (°C), precipitation (mm), solar radiation (kJ m-2 day-1), and wind speed (m s-1).

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What if “Did Not Vote” were a candidate in the 2020 U.S. Presidential Election?

Joe Bide has been elected the 46th president of the U.S., In 2020, he has enlarged Hilary Clinton’s record from 51 to 162 electoral votes, while Donald Trump has raised from 16 to 98 votes. But many Americans still didn’t vote. What if “I didn’t vote” ran as a U.S. presidential candidate in the 2020 election?

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The U.S. Archipelago

The U.S. population distribution is uneven. This uneven distribution of the population is due to historical and geophysical factors (climate, landforms, soil conditions). Approximately 40% of the U.S. population lived in counties on the shore. Nowadays, population decline hit most nonmetro U.S. counties in the Great Plains. Speedy population increases in nonmetro counties nearest to large-sized metro areas and recreation regions with beautiful landscapes.

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