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My City: Niagara Falls

By: Maryam Syeda
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Sasha Brown

on 13 January 2014

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Transcript of My City: Niagara Falls

Population Statistics
Niagara Falls:

Great Lakes – St. Lawrence Lowland Landform
(cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr
(cc) photo by jimmyharris on Flickr
(cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr
Niagara Falls
Industry Sectors
Death Rate & Birth Rate


Journalist:
Me
Professor:
Mr. Foster
Subject:
Geography
Physical Geography
Vegetation:
Deciduous and mixed forest trees are the main types of trees that grow in this region. This region has leached soil.
Human Activities:

Urbanization, recreation, and manufacturing (These are the main industries that provide basic and non-basic jobs)
Climate:
Niagara Falls has continental climate.
There is a moderating effect in Niagara Falls.
Most of the precipitation occurs near the falls.
Eco-Zone:
Niagara Falls: Mixed-wood Plains Eco-Zone
Eco-Zone Characteristics
Mixed-Wood
Plains
Climate
Vegetation
Landforms
The region is filled with plains and gentle rolling hills.
Although most of the Great Lakes surround the Mixed-wood plains eco-zone, the St. Laurence river is significant to Niagara Falls.
The climate of the Mixed-wood Plains produces relatively warm summers and cool winters moderated by surrounding water bodies.
This region also receives 720 to 1 000 mm of precipitation annually.
Due to its location in the midst of a significant North American storm belt, weather in the Mixed-wood Plains can change rapidly.
Oak, elm, and birch are some of the deciduous trees found all over this region. Some other trees include black walnut, butternut, eastern cottonwood.
Precipitation levels are high, that causes soil to be leached.
Death Rate
: 14.1 deaths per 1000p
Birth Rate:
48.6 births per 1000p

** The death rate stayed around the same range, but the the birth rate increased by 74% since 1917.

** Most of the deaths, (that I researched about) were caused by diseases that most people get when they're seniors.

...talking about a growing population...


Ethnic Statistics
This chart represents the minor cultural groups found in Niagara Falls. Even though, they are considered to be minor, some of them make up over 15% percent of the entire population.
If it is looked at critically, some of them don’t even need to be considered as minor cultures.
These cultures are found all over the world and are not concentrated from specific area and that is something that I found to be very unique.

Main Industries
Primary Sector
Secondary Sector
Tertiary Sector
Niagara gives life to many ideas and exhibits. Each of these attractions require specific details that make the activity active.

Work that is related to the secondary sector includes:
Metal working and smelting
Automobile production
Textile production
Chemical and engineering industries
Aerospace manufacturing
Energy utilities
Niagara Falls is full of customers, consumers and tourists. When the profit the city makes is added up, it turns out to be more than the amount they are paying to their employees in total.
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