The Ecology of Agriculture in Japan and China. Essay by Top Papers

The Ecology of Agriculture in Japan and China.
Paper stems from several papers that address an error of cash crop production to create the Wild Boar famine of 1749 then the extermination of wolves from Hokkaido in the next century; 19th century evidence of collaborative nightsoil business ...
# 137972 | 1,750 words | 2 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Asian Studies (Asian American) , Biology (Ecology) , Agricultural Studies (General)


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Paper stems from several papers that address an error of cash crop production to create the Wild Boar famine of 1749 then the extermination of wolves from Hokkaido in the next century; 19th century evidence of collaborative nightsoil business combining rural need for fertilizer with urban need for sewage removal. Reflection refers to contemporary patterns that can be similar.

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The Ecology of Agriculture in Japan & China. Introduction In 18^th and 19^th century East Asian economies dependent on agriculture perhaps the results of errors were appreciated sooner than what might occur in the present in Japan or in China. This paper examines to instances of ecological error in Japan that produced what came to be known as the Wild Boar famine of 1749 and in the 19^th century, the near extinction of the Hakkaido Wolf. A third topic is introduced in Chinese awareness of the 19^th and early 20^th century's to the importance of compost towards a competitive business in manure in the form of human

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