The Desert Southwest: Population Growth 2010-2020, 2022 University of Nevada, Las Vegas
The Desert Southwest: Population Growth 2010-2020, Kelliann Beavers, Joshua Padilla, Katie M. Gilbertson, William E. Brown Jr.
In 2021 the United States Census Bureau identified the Desert Southwest as one of the fastest growing regions in the country. The Desert Southwest encompasses portions of five states (Arizona, California, Nevada, New Mexico, and Texas) including forty counties and ten metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs). Using data from the Census Bureau, this fact sheet showcases population growth within Desert Southwest counties and metropolitan statistical areas from 2010 to 2020.
Blue Growth: A Transitions Approach To Developing Sustainable Pathways, 2022 School of Natural and Built Environment, Queen’s University Belfast
Blue Growth: A Transitions Approach To Developing Sustainable Pathways, Christina Kelly, Ben Mcateer, Frances Fahy, Liam Carr, Daniel Norton, Desiree Farrell, Rebecca Corless, Stephen Hynes, Zacharoula Kyriazi, Agnès Marhadour, Regis Kalaydjian, Wesley Flannery
Journal of Ocean and Coastal Economics
The sustainable management of Blue Growth is an urgent issue for coastal states. Marine industries have rapidly expanded over the last two decades and this is projected to continue with the European Green Deal and post-COVID economic recovery policies. The intensification of Blue Growth could have adverse socio-ecological implications and must, therefore, be managed in terms of sustainability, natural resource boundaries, and coastal community well-being. Managing Blue Growth in a sustainable manner however, is challenging due to the longstanding inefficiencies and inertia of existing marine governance regimes. Adopting a transitions approach has been advanced as a way of steering regime ...
Contribution Of Non-Timber Forest Products To The Livelihoods Of The Forest-Dependent Communities Around The Khadimnagar National Park In Northeastern Bangladesh, 2021 a Laboratory of Tropical Forest Resources and Environments, Division of Forest and Biomaterials Science, Graduate School of Agriculture, Kyoto University, Kyoto, 606-8502, Japan b Bangladesh Institute of Social Research Trust, Lalmatia, Dhaka, 1207, Bangladesh "
Contribution Of Non-Timber Forest Products To The Livelihoods Of The Forest-Dependent Communities Around The Khadimnagar National Park In Northeastern Bangladesh, Md. Habibur Rahman, Bishwajit Roy, Md. Shahidul Islam
Non-timber forest products (NTFPs) play a significant role in the improvement of the forest-dependent people’s livelihoods around the world, strengthening protection for the sustainable use of forests. The purpose of this research was to evaluate the influence of occupational category-wise (fuelwood collectors, farmers, small-scale businessmen, day labourers, and tea estate labourers) dependency on NTFPs and the role of NTFPs on household income around the Khadimnagar National Park (KNP) in northeastern Bangladesh. In 2014, 178 purposively selected respondents from four villages (out of 22 villages around the KNP) were interviewed face-to-face using a semi-structured questionnaire. The study observed that these ...
Environmental Improvement Or Industry Enhancement? A Case Study On The Impact Of Environmental Regulations On Chinese Automobile Industry, 2021 College of Economics, Shenzhen University, Shenzhen, 518060, China
Environmental Improvement Or Industry Enhancement? A Case Study On The Impact Of Environmental Regulations On Chinese Automobile Industry, Xiao Liang, Jing Fu
Developing countries are encouraged to pursue environmental protection and industrial development simultaneously, although it is a big challenge to reach win-win situation. This study explored the relationship between environmental regulations and the industry enhancement in developing countries through conducting an empirical analysis of the impact of environmental regulations on Chinese automobile industry. In the empirical analysis, a total of 64 Chinese automobile enterprises were investigated, the Malmquist index of total factor productivity was adopted to determine the productivity of Chinese automobiles, and the two-step system Generalised Method of Moments (GMM) estimation was used for the regression analysis. The results showed ...
Leases As Forms, 2021 University of Pennsylvania Law School
Leases As Forms, David A. Hoffman, Anton Strezhnev
Faculty Scholarship at Penn Law
We offer the first large scale descriptive study of residential leases, based on a dataset of ~170,000 residential leases filed in support of over ~200,000 Philadelphia eviction proceedings from 2005 through 2019. These leases are highly likely to contain unenforceable terms, and their pro-landlord tilt has increased sharply over time. Matching leases with individual tenant characteristics, we show that unlawful terms are surprisingly likely to be associated with more expensive leaseholds in richer, whiter parts of the city. This result is linked to landlords' growing adoption of shared forms, originally created by non-profit landlord associations, and more recently ...
Exploring Micro-Scale Spatiotemporal Dynamics Of Restaurant Entrepreneurship With Public Open Data, 2021 San Diego State University
Exploring Micro-Scale Spatiotemporal Dynamics Of Restaurant Entrepreneurship With Public Open Data, Chanwoo Jin, Alan T. Murray
International Journal of Geospatial and Environmental Research
Commercial activities within a city have competed to attract people, and the interactions between these activities have affected urban dynamics. Among many services, the restaurant business accounts for a significant portion of the urban economy, with spatiotemporal variations in survivability reflecting crucial signs of changes in urban structure. This study aims to identify the patterns of spatiotemporal changes in restaurants locations to deepen our understanding of urban dynamics. Studies have utilized a variety of data sources, including social media and consumer review services, but they cover relatively short periods and focus on currently operating businesses. Public open data, however, offers ...
Undersea Cables: The Ultimate Geopolitical Chokepoint, 2021 Purdue University
Undersea Cables: The Ultimate Geopolitical Chokepoint, Bert Chapman
FORCES Initiative: Strategy, Security, and Social Systems
This work provides historical and contemporary overviews of this critical geopolitical problem, describes the policy actors addressing this in the U.S. and selected other countries, and provides maps and information on many undersea cable work routes. These cables are chokepoints with one dictionary defining chokepoints as “a strategic narrow route providing passage through or to another region."
Building Sustainable Communities Through Engaged Learning: A University-Community Partnership For Sustained Change In A Central Pennsylvania Coal Town, Vanessa A. Massaro, Shaunna Barnhart, Michael Lasky, Kathy Jeremiah
Journal of Community Engagement and Scholarship
University-community partnerships have become more collaborative, decentered, and mutually beneficial in step with changing conceptualizations of knowledge production. However, the implementation of partnerships and projects remains challenging. Models for collaboration are needed in the rural context and for smaller liberal arts universities. This article uses the partnership between Bucknell University and the City of Shamokin to argue for the utility of the sustainable communities framework for conceiving and implementing service-learning. The City of Shamokin previously hosted a prosperous and vibrant downtown district, but the closing of anthracite coal mines and factories has left Shamokin in a decades-long state of economic ...
Votes And Voters In Time And Space: The Changing Landscape Of Political Party Support In Kentucky, 1974-2020, 2021 University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Votes And Voters In Time And Space: The Changing Landscape Of Political Party Support In Kentucky, 1974-2020, Glenn Humphress
Theses and Dissertations in Geography
This research examines the time-series geography of voter registrations, presidential elections, senatorial elections, and gubernatorial elections within Kentucky during the period from 1974 to 2020 to explore the dimensions of a changing geography of political party support. During this time Kentucky realigned from strong election support for the Democratic Party to consistent election support for the Republican Party. Using graphs, Dissimilarity Indices, cartographic analysis, and factor analysis, this study confirms aspects of intra-state sectionalism and periodization in election results identified in previous research but finds different characteristics of section and period in voter registrations. In effect this study finds support ...
Risk Perception And Response Among International Students Of The University Of Southern Mississippi, 2021 University of Southern Mississippi
Risk Perception And Response Among International Students Of The University Of Southern Mississippi, Elida Lopes Souza Rocha
Given the exposure of university campuses to hazards, disaster mitigation is a critical element of higher education policy. Although U.S. higher education institutions are leaders in the global education market, emergency warning systems give little consideration to how international students perceive risk, prepare for hazards, or access warning technologies available to them. This poses several questions regarding the suitability of hazards mitigation practices and the welfare of international students.
This thesis investigates the relationship between USM international students and natural hazards. Responses from online surveys and semi-structured interviews data were analyzed through qualitative and quantitative methods to document the ...
Spatial Proximity Matters: A Study On Collaboration, 2021 Massachusetts Institute of Technology,
Spatial Proximity Matters: A Study On Collaboration, Arianna Salazar Miranda, Matthew Claudel
Geography Faculty Publications and Presentations
As scientific research becomes increasingly cross-disciplinary, many universities seek to support collaborative activity through new buildings and institutions. This study examines the impacts of spatial proximity on collaboration at MIT from 2005 to 2015. By exploiting a shift in the location of researchers due to building renovations, we evaluate how discrete changes in physical proximity affect the likelihood that researchers co-author. The findings suggest that moving researchers into the same building increases their propensity to collaborate, with the effect plateauing five years after the move. The effects are large when compared to the average rate of collaboration among pairs of ...
The Spatial Effects Of Elderly Population Presence On Covid-19 Incidence In Dki Jakarta Before, During, And After Large-Scale Social Restriction, 2021 Universitas Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia
The Spatial Effects Of Elderly Population Presence On Covid-19 Incidence In Dki Jakarta Before, During, And After Large-Scale Social Restriction, Chotib Chotib, I G A A Karishma Maharani Raijaya Mrs., Ahmad Aki Aki Muhaimin Mr., Novani Saputri
Infected cases and suspect cases of covid-19 are increasing more and more daily. This increment happens either in whole regions of Indonesia and DKI Jakarta as a capital city. The purpose of this research is to seek the pattern in spatial of Covid-19 incidence with 3 different periods of before, during, and after large-scale social restriction, and to identify the influence of the presence of the elderly and other factors. One of the scopes of this study is the presence of the elderly because the elderly population is considered as influencing the increase of Covid-19 incidence. The analysis method ...
Empowering The Human-Nature Bond, Lightning Talk (7 Min), 2021 Ivey Business School - Western University
Empowering The Human-Nature Bond, Lightning Talk (7 Min), Valeria Widjaja
What is land? Is it dirt, the Earth, property, a resource? But rarely we ask who is land? When we change the question, it changes the way we think about land. It transforms the way we make decisions about how we might protect land. Through the Deshkan Ziibi Conservation Impact Bond, this story map explores how Carolinian Canada, Chippewas of the Thames First Nations, VERGE Capital, Ivey Business School, Thames Talbot Land Trust, and 3M are striving to heal the landscape. Overall, this story map visualizes both the human-nature and human-human relationships being facilitated by the bond. Learn the about ...
Demographic Change In The North Atlanta Metro Area, 2021 Kennesaw State University
Demographic Change In The North Atlanta Metro Area, Zachary Lloyd
Symposium of Student Scholars
The northern Atlanta suburbs are perhaps the premiere destination for migrants, both domestic and international, into the Atlanta Metropolitan Area. Filled with activities, good schools, and endless dining options, these communities are not only relatively safe to raise a family in, but also offer plenty to do for married couples and retirees. The counties of Gwinnett and Cobb, along with the northern portion of Fulton County (known as North Fulton) are the traditional northside suburban destinations, but growth there has slowed because much of the land is now densely developed. Predictably, the suburbs have extended northward through the counties of ...
Atlanta Region Food Access: A Study Of Food Access As It Relates To Population Growth, 2021 Kennesaw State University
Atlanta Region Food Access: A Study Of Food Access As It Relates To Population Growth, Derek Romanek
Symposium of Student Scholars
Atlanta region food access: A study of food access as it relates to population growth
Derek Romanek (Uli Ingram), Department of Geography and Anthropology, Kennesaw State University, Kennesaw, GA, 30144
The Atlanta region is one of the fastest growing regions in the United States of America. With a growing population there is an increase in the demand for resources including food. Food security is a global issue and does not only effect developing nations. To improve sustainability the United Nations came up with 17 Sustainable Development goals. To better understand what we can do to improve sustainability and meet the ...
Museums And Shrines: Reflecting On Relationships And Challenges, 2021 University of Milano-Bicocca
Museums And Shrines: Reflecting On Relationships And Challenges, Lorenzo Bagnoli, Rita Capurro
International Journal of Religious Tourism and Pilgrimage
The aim of this paper is to introduce a method for analysing a specific kind of contemporary tourism positioned between two different traditional customs: visiting museums and going to pilgrimage sites. The case studies provided are focused on Italian shrine museums where it is difficult to ascertain whether visitors are cultural tourists or pilgrims or a combination of both. Regardless, the tourist flows and networks created by Italian shrine museums can provide promising elements for local development. Four case studies that are representative of different regions in Northern Italy and have specific features in common have been chosen: shrines dedicated ...
Population Growth In Mountain West Cities And Suburbs, 2010-2020, 2021 University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Population Growth In Mountain West Cities And Suburbs, 2010-2020, Dielle T. Telada, William E. Brown Jr.
Cities & Metros
COVID-19 altered population growth trends within large cities and the relative growth of cities and suburbs within the nation’s largest metropolitan areas. Brookings senior fellow William H. Frey suggests “that most big cities with populations exceeding 250,000 experienced lower population growth in the year the pandemic began than in the previous year.” This Fact Sheet examines annual growth rates within selected Mountain West metros and suburbs from 2010 and 2020.
From ‘It’S Not Safe!’ To ‘Saving Tourism’: A Critical Discourse Analysis Of Travel In Canadian News Media During Covid-19, 2021 Wilfrid Laurier University
From ‘It’S Not Safe!’ To ‘Saving Tourism’: A Critical Discourse Analysis Of Travel In Canadian News Media During Covid-19, Kelley A. Mcclinchey
TTRA Canada 2021 Conference
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Thoughts On How New Zealand Could Progress As A More Regenerative Tourism Host, 2021 Walkabout Photos New Zealand
Thoughts On How New Zealand Could Progress As A More Regenerative Tourism Host, Stephen Bradley
Journal of Sustainability and Resilience
New Zealand has a chance to reset the way we view and manage tourism. We must take this chance to make some changes that will ensure that we have a clean green country to promote as a high quality tourism destination in the future. This perspective advocates that measures such as a high visitor levy, educating tourists and better management of the way tourists travel around the country, can lead to achieving more sustainable tourism industry.
Food Producers And Pandemics: A Mystery Shopping Analysis, 2021 University of Girona
Food Producers And Pandemics: A Mystery Shopping Analysis, Francesc Fusté-Forné
Journal of Sustainability and Resilience
Recent research has widely analysed the significance of food in tourism. Departing from the understanding of ‘cheese’ as part of the food tourism system of a destination, this paper aims to analyse cheese factory tours as a tourism service provided by food producers. A mystery shopping approach is used to study the 75 cheese producers under the Manchego quality cheese. Results show the response behaviour of Spanish Manchego cheese producers to an email sent by a ‘tourist’ who asks for a visit during pandemic times. As a segment of food tourism, cheese tourism is gathering a growing attention by academics ...