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GEOG 203 12/05

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GEOG 203 12/05 GEOG 203

Seleste Garcia
Texas A&M

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Globalization of the Village
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Seleste Garcia on Friday July 22, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to GEOG 203 at Texas A&M University taught by Peter Hugil in Fall 2014. Since its upload, it has received 9 views. For similar materials see Globalization of the Village in Geography at Texas A&M University.

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Date Created: 07/22/16
Europeans introduced new crops, domestic animals  Sheep & deer  Deer, one of most destructive intro, now herded or shot from helicopters  * 14.32: languages in oceania  English dominates Hawaii and oceanina  * 14.36: geopolitical issues  claims  * 14.39  green land unclaimed Australia’s resources  gold rush 2 nd only to S Africa in late 1800’s  1492- one main target of imperial Japanese navy’s drive  japan expanded set goal on Australia  exports: weapons, fuel, uranium, coal  most of Australias exports going to Japanese & chinese  * economic indicators  Australia wealthy $43,3000, NZ - $30,200- have ppp per capita as high as Europe  Hawaii -48,836 & guam- 28,700 not apart of us eco & geopolitical sys would be like Fiji  Australia eco large enough to be independent world eco but MAJOR supplier is china  * Social Indicators  Highest life expectancy  High skin cancer rate  NZ high life expectancy reduced by maiors  * Foregin trade of Australia  worlds most balanced trade pattends  japan & asia most sig regional partners, esp Japan as buyer of raw materials  need to expand exports to USA to revover british market lost when Britain entered eu Hawaii & rise of America as a great power  major stopover on the route to china  whaling area  naval control of pacific Honolulu en route to china  major stopover after cape horn  whales were tapped out in Atlantic, NE whalers turned to pacific  1 US navy ship to visit Honolulu, 1826 was to arrest mutinous whalers King Kamehameha, unifier of Hawaii  * 1 Hawaiian “crisis” 1843  Britain annexation of 1843 & American response  British assurances to America & treaty w/ france to support Hawaiian sovereignty Deomographic disaster. Smallpox & hansen’s disease- either immune to it or nah. The “leper colony on Moloka’i 2nd Hawaiian “crisis, 1881  “blaine doctrine” – (“the only solution to the problem of the hawiian monarchy will be an American solution”) first samon crisis-1887-89  why important geopolitically? o Germans backed king tamasese who usurped the throne from king malietoa in 1887 o 1888- german warship attempted to enforce tamansese’s power o king kalakaua of jawaii offered help to maletoa o german chancler rd o * 3 Hawaiian crisis-1893-98  revolution of 1893 & annexation of 1898- to resounding silence from Britain Hndaii 1893-98 2 samoan crisis, 1898-9. The view from imperial german navy  unhappy ratings that America has taken whit is now American samoa


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