Economics of Amazonian colonization: essays on recent developments
Institute of Latin American Studies, University of Texas at Austin, 1993 - Nature - 110 pages
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Directed Colonization into Guatemalas Tropical Lowlands
North and South America and Their Sharecropping Reflections
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agrarian agricultural agroforestry Amazon basin Amazonia Anna Luiza beans Bora Agroforestry Brazil Brazilian Amazon Capitalistic Expropriation cattle ranching Chiapas colonists colonization projects crop debt debt-peonage deforestation Denevan Diechtl directed colonization ecological economic extension service extractive reserves fallow farming fields Foweraker FYDEP FYDEP officials garden Guatemala harvesting Hecht hectares high fertilizer income increase indigenous infrastructure inputs Ka'apor Kayapo labor land titling landowners Latin America legume maize manioc Maya merchants monoculture Moran(a Nicholaides nutrient old swidden Ozorio de Almeida peasants percent period Peten Peteneros plants plots population Posey postbellum problems production rain forest ranchers reform road Schwartz Selva Lacandona Selva Region settlement settlers sharecropping system shifting cultivation slash and burn small farmers social soil species Statistical Appendix subsistence sustainable Szekely and Restrepo Tamshiyacu techniques tenant trees tropical forest tropical lands Usumacinta Usumacinta River Yurimaguas model Yurimaguas project Yurimaguas technology