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  • 1. Chapter 4:Latin America Natalia Dávila Lorena Elizondo Diana Martínez Andrés López
  • 2. Africa n Slaves New settle rs IndianFrom Mexico to Argentina.
  • 3. 1960’s primary goods.NAFTACAFTAEconomy, Population & Megacities.
  • 4. Brazil 525 million Mexico 108 million.Sao Paulo.Mexico City.Buenos Aires.Rio de Janeiro.
  • 5. Atlantic Coastal forests Pacific ForestsEnvironmental Geography
  • 6. Sinking Land Air PollutionWater Resources
  • 7. Western Mountains & River Basins
  • 8.  3 Rivers: Plata Basin Paraná Paraguay Uruguay
  • 9. Most talked-about Desertweather phenomenonin the world.El Niño Tropical Climate
  • 10. Population and Settlement:The Dominance of Cities
  • 11.  El Salvador  Mexico City  Sao Paulo  UruguayConcentration of People inCities
  • 12. Rural-to-Urban Migration 1950’s Majority in cities130 million people don’t
  • 13. Patterns of CulturalCoherence and Diversity:Repopulating a Continent
  • 14. The Decline of NativePopulations.- The Demographic Toll - Indian Survival
  • 15. Patterns of Ethnicity and Culture.- Languages: - Blended Religions:Spanish CatholicPortuguese
  • 16. Geopolitical Framework:Redrawing the Map
  • 17. Iberian Conquest and Territorial Division- Christopher - Treaty ofColumbus Tordesillas
  • 18. - Persistent Border- Revolution and ConflictsIndependence
  • 19. Regional Organizations-Trade - Insurgencies andBlocks Drug Trafficking
  • 20. Industrializationindustrialized areas tend to be around the capitals
  • 21.  using machinery, hybrid crops, chemicalfertilizers, and pesticidesAgriculture
  • 22.  mining has become more mechanized and less labor intensiveMining
  • 23.  a sure path to economic developmentNeoliberalism as Globalization
  • 24. Dollarization
  • 25.  Racial discrimination Status of womenSocial improvements
  • 26. Population Indicators
  • 27. Development Indicators