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WACOSYS Monitoring and Control System for Wastewater irrigated Energy plantations. COOPERATIVE RESEARCH PROJECT. Contract N°: COOP-CT-2004-512877. WACOSYS - Summary. Why a Cooperative Research Project? Background Aims & Objectives Structure of the Consortium Workplan
Irrigated/Non-irrigated Polygons. Background Digitizing Effort Status Future. Farm Service Agency. Creates CLU (common land unit) Administer crop compliance responsibilities CLU metadata circa 2005. 2 year editing effort. 18 Counties Over 214,000 polygons. Clipped to model extent.
Sugarcane. gur. Bagasse. Molasses. Sugarcane. Sugarcane. Rubber. Rubber. Rubber. Tea. Assam Tea. ChinaTea. From tea leaves to tea powder. Coffee. Coffee. Coffee Cultivation. Coffee. Roasting. Shelling. Coffee powder. Fermenting. Grading. Drying. Winnowing.
Sugarcane. By Theresa McMenomy. 20 million hectares in cultivation More area is devoted to sugarcane than most cash crops produced in the tropics Has very little nutritional value Found in almost all processed foods 20% of calories consumed by Americans is sugar
Sugarcane. By, Nate Foss. Sugar: worldwide influence. Originated in Indonesia and New Guinea Spread to India by traders and travelers. Further spread west by Arab conquest and the Crusades, Prices in London were equivalent to $100 per pound in 1319. The New World.
Sugarcane. Europeans enslaved millions of Africans to plant and harvest this crop. Christopher Columbus. Believed he could reach Asia by sailing west across the Atlantic Ocean. Representative government. System in which people elect delegates to conduct government. Hernan Cortes.
plantations. By Mitchell and Y i. What are plantations?. Plantations are large farms where A frican A mericans worked as slaves to plant crops. What are slaves? . Slaves are African Americans that were forced to work for whites. Which states have slaves?.
New World Plantations Colonialism Slavery Sugarcane Tobacco Cotton Coffee Cocoa World Markets Monocultivation Cash Crops . Voyages of Exploration . Economics Trade (grains, spices, textiles…) Lack of precious metals Constantinople 1453 Geo-Politics
The Plantations. 2 nd Year History. Ireland in 1500. King was Lord of Ireland and had little control. The country was divided into 3 areas: The Pale (English speaking, common law, cattle raids) The Anglo-Irish lordships (Norman descendants, common law, some Irish customs)