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GEOG 1010: Middle America Part 2 (Chapter 3)

by: Ashleigh McClure

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Middle America Part 2 Chapter 3 Unit 1 Notes taken during the following days: September 2nd-September 7th Concepts: -Maquiladoras -NAFTA -Central America -Tourism -Deforestation -Reg...
Global Geography
Dr. Jim Norwood
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Date Created: 09/08/16
Middle AmericaPart 2 9/7/16 10:03 AM • Regions of the Realm ○ Mexico § The realm's giant ○ The Central America's Republic ○ Caribbean § The Greater Antilles § The Lesser Antilles • Maquiladoras ○ Initiated after WWII to accommodate returning braceros (contract laborers who had worked in the U.S. during WWII) ○ Came into it's own after the initiation of NAFTA ○ Foreign-owned assembly plants § Take advantage of much lower wages in Mexico § Assemble imported, duty-free components/raw materials § Export the finished products mostly to the U.S. □ Electronic components and appliances, auto parts, clothing, furniture • NAFTA ○ Went into effect January 1, 1994 ○ Established a trade agreement between Mexico, Canada and the U.S. § Reduced and regulated trade tariffs, barriers, and quotas between members § Standardized finance and service exchanges • Central America ○ The Seven Republics § Guatemala Belize § § Honduras § El Salvador § Nicaragua § Costa Rica § Panama ○ Altitudinal Zonation § Found in mountainous Middle and South America § Temperature decreases with altitude § Has a great impact on which crops can grow where • Tropical Deforestation ○ Clearing of rural lantoaccommodatecattle and export production ofcommodities § Logging of tropical forests to meet global demandsfor new housing, paper, and furniture § Population expansion □ Forests are cut to providecrop-raising space and firewood • The Caribbean Basin ○ The Greater Antilles § Cuba § Hispaniola § Jamaica § Puerto Rico ○ The Lesser Antilles • Tourism: A Blessing or a Curse? ○ Advantages § State and regional economic options § A clean industry § Educational ○ Disadvantages § Disjunctive development § Degrades fragile environmental resources § Inauthentic representation of native cultures


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