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GEOG 1010: South America 1

by: Ashleigh McClure

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South America Part 1 Exam 2 Notes taken for Friday, September 16th -Inca Empire -Cultural Spheres -Economic Integration
Global Geography
Dr. Jim Norwood
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Date Created: 09/16/16
SouthAmerica1 9/14/16 10:11 AM • Major Geographic Qualities ○ Physiography § Dominated by The Andes and the Amazon Basin ○ Population § Concentrated along the periphery Cultural Pluralism ○ § Exists in most countries and is expressed regionally ○ Regional Economic Interaction § Has been minimal in the past • The Inca Empire Culture Hearth ○ § Intermontane Basin near Cuzco (1200 -1535 AD) ○ Altiplanos were key to settlement patterns § Altitude Plain high in the Andes ○ Transportation networks and integration efforts were most impressive ○ A highly centralized state ○ Treaty of Tordesillas § 1494 • Culture Spheres ○ Tropical Plantation § Resembles Middle America's Rimland § Locations, soils and tropical climates favor plantation crops, especially sugar § Initially relied on African slave labor ○ European-Commercial § The most "Latin" part of South America § Includes the Pampas- temperate grasslands § Economically most advanced § Transportation networks and quality of life are excellent ○ Amerind-Subsistence § Correlates with the former Inca Empire § Feudal socioeconomic structure persists § Includes some of South America's poorest countries § Subsistent agriculture must contend with difficult environmental challenges ○ Mestizo-Traditional § Surrounds the Amerind-Subsistence region § A zone of mixtur- culturally and agriculturally § Transitional- economic connotations ○ Undifferentiated § Characteristics difficult to classify § Sparsely populated Isolation and lack of change - notable features § § Development of Amazonia may prompt significant changes • Economic Integration ○ Mercosur § Launched in 1995 § A Southern cone common market § Includes Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay ○ Andean Community § Initially formed in 1969 (Andean Pact) § Restarted in 1995 § Members are Colombia, Peru, Ecuador and Bolivia (Venezuela withdrew in 2006) ○ South American Community of Nations Founded in 2004 § § Modeled after the EU and hopes to forge a union between all 12 South American states § Hopes to have a common currency § Initial focus on a highway from Brazil to the Peruvian coast ○ Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA) § Promoted by NAFTA proponents § Hopes to incorporate NAFTA, Mercosur and other trading blocs • Population ○ Test Question: Most of the population is around the periphery** • Urbanization ○ The movement to and clustering of people in towns or cities ○ The percentage of the country's population living in cities § 80% continent-wide in South America § South America's increase based on the rate of "natural increase" and internal migration § The "Latin American City" model


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