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Ecological & Biological Exchange

by: Ryan Ratty

Ecological & Biological Exchange HST 121 - M001

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HST 121
J. Takeda

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Here are the notes from 10/15/2015 for Takeda HST 121.
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Date Created: 10/30/15
HST 121 Ryan Batty 10152015 Ecological Exchange Biological Exchange 21st century examples The relationship between biological exchange politics economy war Biopiracy European Invasion 16th Century Largest movement displacement and destruction of peoples in world history Why the forced migrations lndentured servitude Native American deaths World Population Circa 1492 500M 80M in Western Europe 2050M in America 1015M South 600k by 1620 1020M Central 1 M by 1620 57M North 600K by 1620 Displacement 14921820 95M Africans to America 2M Europeans to America The Columbian Exchange Ecological Transfers Plants animals microbes Cultural Transfers Language governance economies religion technology civility etc Impacts America Depopulation of people and animals Collapse of societies politics economies and religions More war among the survivors Europe and Africa Expanded diet and increased crop yields Population growth Slavery and indentured servitude to deal with larger population of poor The price revolution Rising prices Decline of feudalism Piracy and imperial wars Sugar in the New World Spanish and Portuguese Plantations Brazil 1526 French Dutch and English Plantations Ex Barbados 1627 English Consumption up 400 16601700s HST 121 Ryan Ratty Consequences Trianguler Trade Mediterranean Sugar Trade collapses European Manufacturing stimulated Demand for mills Influx of capital 10152015


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