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dc.contributor.authorWOODS, W.
dc.contributor.authorREBELLATO, L.
dc.contributor.authorTEIXEIRA, W. G.
dc.contributor.authorFALCÃO, N. P. S.
dc.contributor.otherWilliam I. Woods, U. Kansas; Lilian Rebellato, U. Kansas; WENCESLAU GERALDES TEIXEIRA, CPAA; Newton P. S. Falcão, Inpa.
dc.descriptionAmazonian soils are almost universally thought of as extremely forbidding. However, it is now clear that complex societies with large, sedentary populations were present for over a millenium before European contact. Associated with these are tracts of anomalously fertile, dark soils termed terra preta. These soils are presently an important agricultural resource within Amazonia. They provide a model for developing long-term future sustainability of food production simple carbon based soil technologies in tropical environments, particularly among small holders.
dc.publisherIn: ANNUAL MEETING OF THE SOCIETY FOR APPLIED ANTHROPOLOGY, 21., 2009, Santa Fe. Global challenge, local action: ethical engagement, partnerships, and practice: annals. Santa Fe: SfAA, 2009.
dc.relation.ispartofEmbrapa Amazônia Ocidental - Artigo em anais de congresso (ALICE)
dc.titleTerra preta nova.
dc.typeArtigo em anais de congresso (ALICE)
dc.subject.nalthesaurusterra preta
dc.ainfo.lastupdate2019-10-22 -03:00:00
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