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Chapter 13 GEOG 203

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Chapter 13 GEOG 203 GEOG 203

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Globalization of the Village
Peter Hugil
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Date Created: 07/22/16
Chapter 13: South East Asia 11/24/2014 ▯ Most complex religion ▯ most complex colonial region on planet esp for critical resources during period of organic world economy- ▯ don’t always win (Vietnam) ▯ we are separated from the organic world (real wood, cotton, leather)  world not based on organics until recently ▯ got into region bc kicked French out ▯ recovered “shatterbelt”, resources now available from organic chem ▯ PHYSICAL GEO & PLATE TECTONICS Fig 13.1 #2 ▯ 1883 island of Krakatau exploded tsunamis killed 30,000 ppl, year w/o summer in us after explosion in tambora 1815, winter of 1817 worst, no sun, huge famine, not in USA, IN Europe 1817-1818 terrible famines ▯ what’s so interesting?  happened over & over again, bit over due for one…1 major event in lifetime, food with less food & security will suffer from explosion  per-me-ay extinction? What caused is still unknown- period of massive volcanic activity, caused climate change ▯ Alfred Wallace collected animals and birds discovered, birds same on both sides but animals weren’t … Darwin was looking at birds but at the same time he wasn’t – THEORY OF NATURAL SELECTION- at least as strong as Darwin’s , Wallace sent Darwin rough draft of his theory- Darwin got mad bc who ever publishes first gets all credit, Darwin finished his research and publishes…its as much as wallaces theory as darwins ▯ #3  Krakatoa ▯ Eruption of 1883 was first environmental tragedy reported in near real time around world…1883 world is cabled up…1 rule for news…if it bleeds it leads ▯ Movie bled…shows shift in world ▯ Victorian era- letter form London- san Francisco 9 mo…1901 through telegram 9 sec ▯ 13.9 , 13.8, #4 ▯ Climates of SE Asia  Tropical monsoons kept area wet, allowed easy human mvmt by sea for past 2,000 yrs….  Brought lang, & religion  When roman emp ends, …becomes poor again, stop trade not living…turns into a hinduized world ▯ Swidden great for agri, but early agri on poor tropical soils (run-off & erosion were minimized) ▯ First form of agriculture , 10,0000 yr ago in mid east – tigris euphratis, started growing new crops, chinese grew rice..allowed much more human pop ▯ Grow lots of food if you irrigate, padi rice (flooded rice) ▯ Always changing water from irrigation, gets transferred by indian merchants ▯ Main cash crops, rubber and teak, gutta percha Rubber terrible for tires, ▯ Lots of ppl don’t pay attention to tires, its scarry, you should always! ▯ Rubber doesn’t do well in pressure and cold, don’t do good at insulating submarine cables ▯ 1 ST rubber plant found in brazil, then britsih took over ▯ Fig 13.3: Enviornmental probs in SE Asia ▯ DEMOGRAPHY OF SE ASIa ▯ SINGAPORE LOWEST tfr at .79., surrounding state of Malaysia Islamic but dropping fast ▯ Indonesia wolds most poplulous ISLAMIC state ▯ Highest birth rate TIMOR Leste ▯ Easier to keep birth rates in city, more educated, ppl in country do whatever ▯ *** ▯ 13.11 – PIPLUATION DISTRIBUTION IN SE ASIA ▯ 13.19 RELIGIONS OF SE ASIA  Most complex  world 1430-dominated by islam  1431 potuguese take over, then Spanish join  2 forms of Buddhism o Mahayana  theravada buddhissm – put your self in whatever spirit you believe in o replaced Hinduism in Indochina  hiduism- looks like Buddhism  phillipines collision point since 1500s b/w expansive Islam & Christianity ▯ ▯ ▯ ▯


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