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  • Hands for the coffee: migrants and western Venezuela's coffee production, 1870-1930
  • Agricultural colonization ; Coffee ; Cultivated plants ; Historical geography ; Immigration ; Nineteenth Century ; Pioneer fringe ; Venezuela
  • The spread of coffee production triggered complex patterns of human migration. Andean peasants and others from Colombia spontaneously colonized extensive areas of the mid-slopes suitable for coffee production. These movements are analyzed through
  • a systematic study of regional marriage records. The research underscores the ineffectiveness of government migration policies. Contrary to the dreams of Venezuela's liberal elite, the hands that built Andean coffee economy were not European.
  • Coffee in Nicaragua : introduction and expansion in the nineteenth century
  • Agricultural product ; Coffee ; Cultivated plants ; Historical geography ; Nicaragua ; Nineteenth Century
  • Study places Nicaragua in the context of the coffee boom in Central America during the nineteenth century. Transportation and government involvement were the two most important factors affecting the introduction, growth, and expansion of coffee
  • farming in Nicaragua. Southern Uplands, where coffee production started in Nicaragua in 1840s, and the North-Central Highlands, where production became widespread by the 1870s, are discussed in detail. - (SLD)
  • Bioclimatic conditions of coffee plantation in Central Vietnam
  • Agroclimatology ; Bioclimatology ; Coffee ; Microclimate ; Plantation ; Topoclimate ; Vietnam
  • The paper presents some results of topo- and microclimatic investigations carried out on coffee plantation on Tay Nguyen Plateau (central Vietnam). The studies dealt with influence of various kind of shading and wind protecting plants on bioclimatic
  • conditions of coffee fields. Bioclimatic conditions were considered from the point of view both, of plant shaded fields they were milder and more favourable than in an open area and on unshaded fields. - (DG)
  • A place unbecoming : the coffee farm of northern Latin America
  • Agricultural modernization ; Agricultural product ; Caribbean ; Central America ; Coffee ; Colombia ; Farm ; Landscape ; Latin America ; Mexico ; Production ; Venezuela
  • Homage to temptation : a trip into Jamaica's coffee country
  • Coffee ; Cultivated plants ; Cultural capacity ; Fieldtrip ; Jamaica ; Mountain ; Natural environment
  • The number is the beast : a political economy of organic-coffee certification and producer unionism
  • Agricultural product ; Certification ; Coffee ; Cultivated plants ; Mexico ; Oaxaca ; Organic farming ; Organization ; Village
  • Institutions, the governance of quality and on-farm value retention for Indonesian specialty coffee
  • Agricultural product ; Coffee ; Governance ; Indonesia ; Institution ; Quality of product
  • Coffee marketing in an Indonesian high-land area: a local institution under changing external conditions
  • Agricultural economics ; Agriculture ; Coffee ; Cultivated plants ; Indonesia ; Market ; Marketing ; Peasantry ; Periodic market
  • It is shown that coffee marketing within the traditional market system of an Indonesian highland area turns out to be an increasing disadvantage for the rural poor since it involves high transaction costs. New practices will have
  • High-end coffee and smallholding growers in Guatemala
  • Agriculture ; Association ; Coffee ; Cooperative ; Guatemala ; Household ; Income ; Livelihood ; Mountain farming ; Quality of life ; Risk ; Social geography
  • Building on a capabilities approach to development, this article examines how smallholding Guatemalan producers’ desires for a better future orient their engagement with high-end coffee market. Most of these small producers live in very modest
  • circumstances with limited resources and opportunities. Yet, as they describe it, coffee represents an opportunity in a context of few opportunities, an imperfect means to a marginally better life.
  • Context and contingency : the coffee crisis for conventional small-scale coffee farmers in Brazil
  • Agriculture ; Brazil ; Coffee ; Crisis ; Cultivated plants ; Environmental degradation ; Family farming ; Globalization ; Minas Gerais ; Neo liberalism
  • Coffee boom and coffee crisis - Open market, global competition and consequences for developing countries
  • Agricultural crisis ; Agricultural price ; Agricultural product ; Agricultural retreat ; Central America ; Coffee ; Developing countries ; Development ; Multinational firm ; Organic farming ; Production technique ; Quality of product ; World market
  • Distance and participation in the cash economy: coffee producers in the interior of Huon peninsula, Papua New Guinea
  • sous l'influence de la Mission luthérienne. Mais nombreux hommes temporairement absents. Etude complétée par une note p.419-422: The 1976 Coffee Boom im Papua New Guinea. (AHL).
  • Jamaican coffee plantations, 1780-1860 : a cartographic analysis
  • Large-scale slave plantations were the dominant producers during Jamaica's first coffee boom. The internal spatial organization and land use patterns of these plantations can be analysed cartometrically for the significant sample of plans surviving
  • Socialisation in a space of law : student performativity at Coffee House in a university law faculty
  • Etude microgéographique d'un espace social, celui des étudiants en droit au Canada. Le Coffee House est un événement social hebdomadaire, cautionné par des entreprises juridiques, qui contribue à définir la socialisation et l'identité de ces
  • Andes ; Coffee ; Colombia ; Erodibility ; Land use ; Model ; Pastureland ; Rill wash ; Scenario ; Soil erosion ; Tropical zone ; Watershed
  • Soil erosion potential of a watershed in the coffee growing region of the Colombian Andes was assessed using the Revised Universal Soil Loss Equation (RUSLE) in a GIS environment. The RUSLE factors were developed from local rainfall, topographic
  • , soil and land use data. Modeling of probable land use change scenarios indicated that the erosion potential of the basin would decrease as a result of coffee conversion to pasture.
  • The worlds of tea and coffee : patterns of consumption
  • Coffee ; Consumer habit ; Consumption ; Cultural studies ; Drink ; Living standard ; Preference ; Production ; Tea ; World
  • Tim Hortons: growth of a Canadian coffee and doughnut chain
  • The Introduction of single aple tractors on peasant coffee farms in Masaka division, southern Buganda
  • Trade and trade policy on the world markets in coffee, cocoa and tea
  • Peripheral vibrations: the case of Saint-Domingue's coffee revolution in Political economy of the world-system annual. Volume 4.