The Transformation of Land Use in Brazil

Video in TIB AV-Portal: The Transformation of Land Use in Brazil

Formal Metadata

The Transformation of Land Use in Brazil
CC Attribution - NonCommercial - NoDerivatives 3.0 Germany:
You are free to use, copy, distribute and transmit the work or content in unchanged form for any legal and non-commercial purpose as long as the work is attributed to the author in the manner specified by the author or licensor.
10.5446/4478 (DOI)
Release Date
Niepytalska, Marta
Hahn, Alec
Production Year
Production Place

Content Metadata

Subject Area
Carson Fellow Stephen Bell erforscht das Gebiet der historischen Geografie Brasiliens des 19. und 20. Jahrhunderts. Es werden ebenso Überlegungen über die landwirtschaftliche Nutzung von Graslandschaften oder Savannen angestellt wie darüber, wer die Verantwortung für deren Veränderung trägt. Im Mittelpunkt seiner Forschung stehen die Arbeit des deutschen Geographs Leo Waibel sowie die Länder Deutschland, USA und Brasilien. Er überprüft, in welchem Zusammenhang sie vor allem in Bezug auf die biologische Geographie stehen. Stephen Bell ist Professor an der UCLA in Los Angeles für Geographie und Geschichte.
Carson Fellow Stephen Bell explores the intellectual history behind the land development of Brazil in the mid-nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Citing German geographer Leo Waibel’s work as being at the heart of his research, he strives to not only understand how Brazil’s natural resources came to be seen as agricultural resources, but also to synthesize points of theoretical influence between German, American, and Brazilian land development. Prof. Dr. Bell teaches geography and history at University of California, Los Angeles.
Keywords Geografie Umweltgeschichte Leo Waibel Veraenderung von Landschaften Brasilien historical geography Brazil Leo Waibel natural resource usage
Hot working Convair B-36 Lecture/Conference Buick Century Spare part
Cylinder head Hot working Buick Century Spare part
J. J. should 5th
uh my held at which could be my name is Ian Bell and
Professor of October there are still a California Los Angeles working at the moment on historical geography Brazil which includes of course a large amount of our history to the Middle 19th century in the middle of the 20th century and a key part of our work is ideas about Brazil's natural resources to begin to shift in the middle decades of 20 century we it was responsible for thinking that some of Brazil's Grand Slam areas of also forced can be cultivated users agricultural and I'm interested in the history of this summer's fighting Circle German geographers particularly they'll viable of are important in the history 90 46 1950's at the heart of what I doing it for let viable somebody who was an important figure in Europe geography especially economic geography biogeography tropical probably in the 1st quarter
20 century then going into exile in the sense states becomes a remembered figure along Resource Centre for me has the American faith in his life and then that was the we are able and forward Court in Brazil his most contributions are currently holds remember I really engaged in an effort to synthesize bring together the various dimensions of various parts which I think is necessary really shows the importance of thinking about resources in the tropics especially those who are interested 1st of all in establishing the record and has not yet been done literature of just how the connexion between Germany the United States and Brazil is not present in the literature that needs to be done and also Street big ideas German job Murphy American job with that pretends to be written along separate facts 25 0 . contact between rival exemplifies that 1 strand of the work of the publication of objectives and I think
the work that is important enough for him not to inform an important wait for me in terms of understanding the world scale shifts in Brazil in the 1940's and 50's who are trying to my head at which