COMPARING REGIONS IN BRAZIL  What adjectives describe what each photo shows?
You know a lot about Brazil already. The Amazon Rainforest  The Coastal cities (the South East) What are each of the areas...
Where is Brazil ?   What 2 regions would be the best to compare ?  Brazil's population is 159.1 million Population is 159....
Where is Brazil ?   What 2 regions would be the best to compare ?  Brazil's population is 159.1 million Population is 159....
Sao Paulo
RECAP QUIZ There are some statements mixed up on the next slide and you need to rearrange them under the correct heading o...
THE NORTH (Amazon Rainforest) THE SOUTH EAST (cities eg Rio de Janiero) Humid Climate Convection rainfall Poor soils Miner...
THE NORTH (Amazon Rainforest) THE SOUTH EAST (cities eg Rio de Janiero) Humid Climate Convection rainfall Poor soils Miner...
THE NORTH (Amazon Rainforest) THE SOUTH EAST (cities eg Rio de Janiero) Humid Climate Convection rainfall Poor soils Miner...
Look at p142 to see what projects have taken place in each region to help it develop? The Liana Project  Pepsi Cola Corpor...
What makes this site a good location  for the Pepsi bottling plant?
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Look at p142 to see what projects have taken place in each region to help it develop? The Liana Project  Pepsi Cola Corpor...
How is the South East Region more developed than the rest of Brazil? Why has this happened? What problems has this caused?...
How has the South East Region been developed? There are always several options for development. Some are more sustainable ...
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  1. 1. COMPARING REGIONS IN BRAZIL What adjectives describe what each photo shows?
  2. 2. You know a lot about Brazil already. The Amazon Rainforest The Coastal cities (the South East) What are each of the areas like in terms of: ~ Climate ~ People ~ industries and businesses ~ economy and wealth?
  3. 3. Where is Brazil ? What 2 regions would be the best to compare ? Brazil's population is 159.1 million Population is 159.1 million Population density is 19 people per km2 Its capital city is Brasilia. BRASILIA Rio de Janiero Atlantic Ocean Sao Paulo The Amazon Rainforest Belo Horizonte
  4. 4. Where is Brazil ? What 2 regions would be the best to compare ? Brazil's population is 159.1 million Population is 159.1 million Population density is 19 people per km2 Its capital city is Brasilia. BRASILIA Rio de Janiero Atlantic Ocean Sao Paulo The Amazon Rainforest Belo Horizonte The 'Golden Triangle'
  5. 5. Sao Paulo
  6. 6. RECAP QUIZ There are some statements mixed up on the next slide and you need to rearrange them under the correct heading of Core (South East) or Periphery (North) for Brazil!
  7. 7. THE NORTH (Amazon Rainforest) THE SOUTH EAST (cities eg Rio de Janiero) Humid Climate Convection rainfall Poor soils Minerals eg copper Carajas mine Dams eg Tucurui (HEP) Limited roads Few services Largest settlement is Manaus (650,000 people Dense forest Wealthy cities = GOLDEN TRIANGLE Tertiary industries Primary industries eg farming Generates 90% of Brazil's wealth Young and skilled workforce Car factories eg Fiat Good roads Good schools and healthcare Largest HEP station in world at Itaipu CORE PERIPHERY Drier climate
  8. 8. THE NORTH (Amazon Rainforest) THE SOUTH EAST (cities eg Rio de Janiero) Humid Climate Convection rainfall Poor soils Minerals eg copper Carajas mine Dams eg Tucurui (HEP) Limited roads Few services Largest settlement is Manaus (650,000 people Dense forest Wealthy cities = GOLDEN TRIANGLE Tertiary industries Primary industries eg farming Generates 90% of Brazil's wealth Young and skilled workforce Car factories eg Fiat Good roads Good schools and healthcare Largest HEP station in world at Itaipu CORE PERIPHERY Drier climate
  9. 9. THE NORTH (Amazon Rainforest) THE SOUTH EAST (cities eg Rio de Janiero) Humid Climate Convection rainfall Poor soils Minerals eg copper Carajas mine Dams eg Tucurui (HEP) Limited roads Few services Largest settlement is Manaus (650,000 people Dense forest Wealthy cities = GOLDEN TRIANGLE Tertiary industries Primary industries eg farming Generates 90% of Brazil's wealth Young and skilled workforce Car factories eg Fiat Good roads Good schools and healthcare Largest HEP station in world at Itaipu CORE PERIPHERY Drier climate
  10. 10. Look at p142 to see what projects have taken place in each region to help it develop? The Liana Project Pepsi Cola Corporation
  11. 11. What makes this site a good location for the Pepsi bottling plant?
  12. 19. Look at p142 to see what projects have taken place in each region to help it develop? The Liana Project Pepsi Cola Corporation
  13. 20. How is the South East Region more developed than the rest of Brazil? Why has this happened? What problems has this caused? Why should or shouldn't the Brazilians develop the rainforest? Think about: ~ How it is used already ~ What it is needed for
  14. 21. How has the South East Region been developed? There are always several options for development. Some are more sustainable than others. You will be looking at two of the development projects that have taken place in Brazil and should be able to assess them in terms of: -sustainability - effect on the environment - effect on the people - effect on the economy Finally, assess if it was a success or not.

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