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Week 8 lecture notes

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Week 8 lecture notes Geog 1010

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Global Geography
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Date Created: 10/11/16
CHAPTER 7 SOUTHEAST ASIA  Extension of Eurasian continent  Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand  Malay Peninsula to the south  Singapore is a strategic waterway  Series of parallel mountain ranges MEKONG RIVER SYSTEM  Delta was highly fertile: perfect environment for wet rice cultivation nd  Vietnam is the 2 largest exporter of rice  Irrigation, fishing, and water for 65 million people  River Commission: - Cambodia, Thailand, and Vietnam st - Xayaburi Dam: commissions 1 test - Laos plans to sell hydropower to Thailand; poorest and landlocked; “clean” electricity; China is involved for the money - Cambodia and Vietnam fear damage for the fertile plain and delta - Backup of silt and sediment upstream - Lack of flowing freshwater, salinization from the South China sea (rice is too salty)  Rice was too salty, crop perished within days, government had to adjust heavy emphasis on rice farming  El Nino: excessive heat and reduced rainfall in Southeast Asia  Encouraged shrimp farming because it was more profitable ISLANDS OF SOUTHEAST ASIA  Brunei: tiny, wealthy country on Borneo  Indonesia: 17,000+ islands  Philippines: 5,000+ islands  East Timor- Timor Leste: newest country in the region, independence in 2002 CLIMATE  Equator  Islands dominated by wet rainforest and monsoon climates  Coast and summer rain cause summer precipitation in north: humid and subtropical CYCLONES  North of equator: November season  Indian ocean: April to June and September/November  Pacific typhoons are stronger than those hitting the western Atlantic and SE US  Indian ocean typhoons are usually less intense because there is a smaller area to gain strength - Cyclone Nargis 2008: hit coast, Delta, death and destruction, refused international assistance, climate change (Myanmar is more susceptible to typhoons and storms), worst natural disaster ever recorded  Tsunami Sumatra, Indonesia ‘04 - 9.15 on Richter scale - Indian plate sub ducted the Eurasian Plate - Generated major wave hit many areas POPULATION  Population tied to physical geography  People concentrated in cities and coast  Manila, Philippines 15 most populated city in the world th  Jakarta, Indonesia 17 ^, 10,500 people per sq. km LANGUAGE  Historical spatial interaction  Language spread through trade with South Asia  Islands are the Austronesian language family  Diversity of indigenous population and lack of spatial interaction  Indonesia, over 600 languages  Lingua Franca: Bahasa Indonesian for 1,000 years - Adoption of common language for spice trade - Missionaries (Islam and Christianity)  Philippines: colonial influence - 1800s independence movement - Tagalog is national language in 1957, soon removed because it was minority  Recognition of the need to know the English language - Economy - Global language for medicine, academics, trade, and politics - Myanmar, Malaysia, Philippines, Russian and Asian students RELIGION  Hinduism: early to diffuse to SE Asia - Universalizing “period” - Silk road - Sanskrit  Buddhism - Theravada: influence by Sri Lanka - Prior: suggests Mahayana - Stupas: temples usually built around a relic of Lord Buddha (hair, bone, footprint)  Islam - Hierarchal: travel routes, straits, ports for trade - Contagious: people living in ports near them convert - Sultanates: increase in hierarchal diffusion (Sultan was political leader) - Mainland Malaysia, Brunei, Indonesia  Christianity & Animist - Christianity: Arab Christian traders, colonial powers, Portuguese; Philippines, east Timor - Animist: mountainous, more remote areas; island of Borneo, Malaysia, Brunei, Indonesia, inland - Syncretic religion: mix or claim adherence to “survive” FRENCH INDOCHINA (CORE ?) - France is one of the mainland’s leading colonial powers, divides Asia into 5 - Indo refers to the cultural imprint made by South Asia; Hindu presence; Buddhism; Indian architecture and art, social structures and patterns - China refers to the role of the Chinese. Emperors converted the Southeast Asian lands and China penetrated the realm ECONOMY - Rapidly growing because of Crony Capitalism - 1997: slow negative growth - failed to gain global market share because few global brands come from Southeast Asia ASSOCIATION of SOUTHEAST ASIA NATIONS (ASEAN)  regional trade organization  founded in 1967: Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore  promote political stability and peace  problem: focus more growing domestic consumption of products vs export income  growth since 2009; new market in North America; free trade agent w/ china SINGAPORE  one of the smallest and largest global impacts  British established a port 1819  Wealthiest in southeast Asia  GNI per capita: 76000 in 2013  Bunkering port fuels many vessels  Informal economy: - Women, young people, internal migrants, and international immigrants are most likely to be workers - Thought it would shrink as countries developed but it was the exact opposite Migration: rural to urban, largest slums had primate city drawing internal migrants.


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