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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The Most Photographed Food in the U.S.

Trover made an in-depth analysis of photos using Google’s Vision A.I. technology. This pre-trained machine learning model identifies various things in pictures, including emotions, writing, and different things, including many types of food and drink. The technology is capable of classifying these objects with a vast range of labels, such as ‘fried food,’ ‘Buffalo wings,’ ‘cocktail,’ and ‘mojito.’

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How hot cities could be in 2050

Many of the world’s cities will face sharply different climates by 2050. I tried to visualize how climate change will affect world cities. I chose 6,000 cities and examined the current climate for each using the Global Environmental Stratification based on modeling future climate conditions as predicted by 63 of the emission scenario combinations.

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