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Lansing, Michigan

Lansing, Michigan

According to CountryAAH.com, Lansing is a city located in Ingham County, although small portions of the city extend into Eaton County. It is located in the US state of Michigan, and is the capital of that state. In the 2010 Census it had a population of 114,297 residents and a population density of 1,203.28 people per km². Template: Census data.

Geography

Lansing is located at coordinates 42 ° 42′35 N ° 84′33. According to the United States Census Bureau, Lansing has a total area of ​​94.99 km², of which 93.37 km² correspond to land and (1.71%) 1.62 km² is water. Template: Census data

Climate

Lansing has a humid temperate climate (Köppen Dfa climate classification), with four well-defined seasons. The state’s summers are mild due to the presence of large bodies of water in the region, while winters are cold. The temperature drops as you travel north. During the winter, the average temperature in the southern Lansing region is -6 ° C, -9 ° C in the central region, and -12 ° C in the Upper Peninsula. The average of the minimums in the state is -10 ° C, and the average of the maximums is -1 ° C. The minimums vary between -40 ° C and 8 ° C, and the maximums between -35 ° C and 15 ° C. The lowest recorded temperature in the state is -46 ° C, in Vanderbilt, on February 9, 1934.

In summer, the average temperature is 22 ° C in the extreme south, 20 ° C in the central region and 18 ° C in the Upper Peninsula. The average of the minimums is 14 ° C, and the average of the maximums is 26 ° C. The maximums can reach up to 40 ° C in the southern region, and 34 ° C in the Upper Peninsula. The highest temperature recorded in the state was 44 ° C, in Mio, on July 13, 1932.

Precipitation

According to Abbreviationfinder, Lansing’s annual mean rainfall rate is 80 centimeters, ranging from 95 centimeters per year in the Upper Peninsula and in the extreme southwest of the state, to 68 centimeters in the northeast of the state. Average annual snowfall rates range from 100 centimeters in the south to more than 400 centimeters in the north of the state.

Demography

According to the 2010 census, Template: Census Data there were 114,297 people residing in Lansing. The population density was 1,203.28 residents / km². Of the 114,297 residents, Lansing was made up of 61.23% White, 23.74% were African American, 0.77% were Amerindian, 3.72% were Asian, 0.05% were Pacific Islanders, 4.3% were of other races and 6.18 % belonged to two or more races. Of the total population, 12.5% ​​were Hispanic or Latino of any race.

Sister cities

  • Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico
  • Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico
  • Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico

Brother Town

  • Aporo, (Michoacán, Mexico)

Famous people

  • Basketball player Magic Johnson was born in this city
  • Actor Burt Reynolds was born in this city
  • Actor Steven Seagal was born in this city

Politics

The Lansing-Ishii Agreement was a diplomatic note signed by the United States and the Empire of Japan on Template: Date regarding their differences from China.

In the text of the Agreement that was published – signed by the Secretary of State of the United States Robert Lansing and the Japanese special envoy Ishii Kikujirō – both parties pledged to maintain the open door policy in China regarding its territorial and administrative integrity.. However, the United States government also recognized that Japan had certain “special interests” in China due to its geographical proximity, especially in the areas of China closest to Japanese territory, which in practice contradicted the aforementioned open door policy..

In a secret protocol attached to the Public Agreement, both parties agreed not to take advantage of possible opportunities arising from World War I to try to obtain special rights or privileges in China at the expense of other allied nations in the war against Germany.

At the time, the Lansing-Ishii Agreement stood as proof that Japan and the United States had buried their increasingly bitter rivalry over China, and the agreement was celebrated as a milestone in US-Japan relations. However, critics realized the vague wording and the different possible interpretations of the Agreement, which meant that nothing had been decided after two months of talks. The Lansing-Ishii Agreement was superseded in April 1923 by the Nine Powers Treaty.

For the Japanese, while the Lansing-Ishii Agreement of 1917, which recognized Tokyo’s special interests in part of China, did not imply equality with Western powers, it was proof that Japan could no longer be ignored in international affairs..

Population

According to the 2010 census of the United States Census Bureau, the population of Lansing in that year was 114,297 residents, a growth of 6.5% in relation to the population of the state in 1990, of 9,328. 784 residents.

The natural growth of the Lansing population between 2000 and 2010 was 182,380 residents, 691,897 births and 456,137 deaths, the population growth caused by immigration was 122,901 residents, while interstate migration resulted in a decrease of 165,084 residents. Between 2000 and 2010, Lansing’s population grew by 182,380 residents, and between 2004 and 2005, by 16,654 residents.

About 82% of Lansing’s population lives in 9 different metropolitan regions: Ann Arbor, Benton Harbor, Detroit, Flint, Grand Rapids-Muskegon-Holland, Jackson, Kalamazoo-Battle Creek, Lansing-East Lansing and Saginaw-Bay City- Midland.

Most of the population lives in the Lower Peninsula of the state. The average population density of the state is 17 residents per square kilometer. However, in the Lower Peninsula, this average is 230. In the Lower Peninsula, the average density is only 8 residents / km².

Lansing, Michigan