Covid-19 Effect On Tourism – Tourism Geography

The Covid-19 pandemic has had its effect on so many things throughout the world. So far, there are at least 661,000 confirmed deaths from Covid-19, between January 2020 and July 2020. According to the World Health Organization, influenza kills between 250,000 and 500,000 people annually. Covid-19 has proven to be more deadly in 6 months…

Explaining Appalachian Coal

Make. America. Great. Again. This is the refrain of now-President Trump’s campaign. The plans to get the USA’s economy to better times. One major part of it is the coal industry. The coal mining and steel manufacturing regions served as a major part of the electorate for Trump. Here is the truth. A politician can…

How Geography Helped and Hurt Buffalo.

Today, the city of Buffalo has a population of 258,071 people. This is a far cry from its 1950 peak of 580,132 people. Buffalo’s rapid fall in population is characteristic of American cities located in the Rust Belt(such as Detroit, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, etc). However, with Buffalo, one particular case to consider is geography. Geography has…

R&D Pontential in San Francisco’s Housing Issues

San Francisco is the most expensive city in the USA to buy a home or even rent. TheĀ average house costĀ $1,360,000. Average rent for a one bedroom apartment is $3,590 per month. There is a video about this topic. There are several factors Surrounded by water on three sides Land area of 46 square miles with…