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TitleTwo Cultures, Multiple Theoretical Perspectives: The Problem of Integration of Natural and Social Sciences in Earth System Research
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AuthorAlves, Diógenes S.
GroupDPI-OBT-INPE-MCTI-GOV-BR
AffiliationInstituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)
EditorYoung, Stephen S.
Silvern, Steven E.
Book TitleInternational Perspectives on Global Environmental Change
PublisherInTech
Pages4-23
Series TitleEnvironmental Sciences
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AbstractEnvironmental change is increasingly considered a critical topic for researchers across multiple disciplines, as well as policy makers throughout the world. Mounting evidence shows that environments in every part of the globe are undergoing tremendous human-induced change. Population growth, urbanization and the expansion of the global economy are putting increasing pressure on ecosystems around the planet. To understand the causes and consequences of environmental change, the contributors to this book employ spatial and non-spatial data, diverse theoretical perspectives and cutting edge research tools such as GIS, remote sensing and other relevant technologies. International Perspectives on Global Environmental Change brings together research from around the world to explore the complexities of contemporary, and historical environmental change. As an InTech open source publication current and cutting edge research methodologies and research results are quickly published for the academic policy-making communities. Dimensions of environmental change explored in this volume include: Climate change Historical environmental change Biological responses to environmental change Land use and land cover change Policy and management for environmental change.
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TitleA study of schistosomiasis prevalence and risk of snail presence spatial distributions using geo-statistical tools
Year2012
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Author1 Guimarães, Ricardo José Paula de Souza e
2 Fonseca, Fernanda Rodrigues
3 Dutra, Luciano Vieira
4 Freitas, Corina da Costa
5 Oliveira, Guilherme Corrêa
6 Carvalho, Omar dos Santos
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Affiliation1 Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)
2 Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)
3 Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)
4 Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)
5 Centro de Pesquisas René Rachou/FIOCRUZ, Minas Gerais
6 Centro de Pesquisas René Rachou/FIOCRUZ, Minas Gerais
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Book TitleSchistosomiasis
PublisherInTech - Open Access Publisher
CityRijeka, Croatia
Volumecap. 13
Pages256-280
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schistosomaisis. endemic disease
AbstractSchistosomiasis mansoni is an endemic disease, typical of developing countries. In Brazil, schistosomiasis is caused by the etiological agent Schistosoma mansoni, whose intermediate hosts are species of mollusc of the Biomphalaria genus. It is a fact, accepted by almost all the researchers, that S. mansoni was introduced in Brazil by the African slavery trade during the sixteenth century (Almeida Machado, 1982). It was in the northeast of Brazil that the sugar cane found fertile and favourable soil, especially in the coastal plains with their hot and humid climate, where today the states of Pernambuco and Bahia are located. The scarce manpower, obtained from the native Indian, did not meet demand and it was more profitable to import slave labour from Africa. From the mid-sixteenth century (1551-1575) until mid-nineteenth century (1851-1860) about four million slaves arrived in Brazil. This migration started in the main African regions of the west, the east, southwest and Mozambique. Although many regions of Africa supplied slave labour to Brazil, the majority originated from the Congo and Angola. The Portuguese colonization of Angola in the early sixteenth century, enabled the migration of more than two thirds of Africans, from the ports of Luanda, Benguela and Cabinda. During the sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries, there was a large influx of Africans from the ports of the Bay of Benin (region of Ghana/Nigeria). The Brazilian port of Salvador and Recife received most of the slaves (Klein, 2002), originated from endemic regions of both S. mansoni and S. haematobium infections. However, the absence of an intermediate host for S. haematobium in Brazil was a limiting factor which minimized the later problem in the country (Camargo, 1980). The wetlands used for planting sugar cane almost always follow the rivers banks and streams and the presence of molluscs of the Biomphalaria genus, susceptible to S. mansoni, provided the ideal environmental conditions for the schistosomiasis introduction into the country (Camargo, 1980). The endemic area has remained unchanged for several years, probably due to the shortage at that time of roads and transportation, hampering the population movement (Camargo, 1980). With the entrance of other countries into the sugar trade, sugar production in the northeast of Brazil declined in the early eighteenth century, leading to a decline in demand for slave labour. At that time the gold and diamond rush initiated in the state of Minas Gerais began and thus, with the urgent need of workers for the mines, the first great migratory flow to the gold and diamonds mines brought the slave labour from the northeast to Minas Gerais. It is estimated that one fifth of the population at that time moved to Minas Gerais (Prado Junior, 1986), using the ways of São Francisco (Rey, 1956) as the main access route. It is probable that schistosomiasis also came along with these early migrants. Nowadays, Minas Gerais has 853 municipalities and schistosomiasis is present in 518 of them. According to official data, approximately 12 million people are at risk of disease (SES, 2006).
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