The study in the region of the City of Goiatuba_GO, follows with the evaluation of a sequncia of physical aspects that had been argued separately so that let us can understand the relevance individual that they offer for agriculture. The analyzed aspects are: Ground, Use of the Ground and Vegetal Covering, Geomorfologia, Geology and Hdricos Resources, Predisposition to the erosion and Agricultural Aptitude of lands. They had been analyzed from referring maps to each aspect. The ground maps and Use of the Ground and Vegetal Covering had been removed and digitalizados directly of the State System of Statistics of the State of Gois (SIEG); the maps of Predisposition to the Erosion and agricultural Aptitude of lands had been removed directly of the Program of Ecological-Economic Zoning of the State of Gois, of the abrangncia area Microregion Half Bridge and digitalizados in accordance with the use necessities; the maps of geology and geomorfologia, had been removed manually of the maps printed matters of the Program of Ecological-Economic Zoning of the State of Gois, the area of abrangncia Half Microregion Bridge. These had been removed manually, therefore they did not meet available in the State System of Statistics of the State of Gois (SIEG) and was not possible the visualization in the Program of Ecological-Economic Zoning of the State of Gois, in the abrangncia of the Half Microregion Bridge. After to be removed manually, the use necessities had been digitalizados in accordance with..
What it is Globalization? Which are the general aspects of this basic subject of geographic science? The related phenomenon is an advanced stage of the capitalist socioeconmico system or an essentially economic process of world-wide integration. ' ' mundos' ' relatively isolated of the past they had given place to a world in net (sistmico), that is, a planet with excellent connections between nations. Two divergent perspectives in the study of the mundializao exist. The first one if relates to ' ' shrinking of mundo' '. Second the perception is mentioned to it that the same is ample or gigantic. This is related to the significant development or technological increment that ' ' it shortened distncias' ' , the intense fluidity of the global space (circulation of capitals, people, information, raw material and merchandises), to the sprouting of complex nets of communication/transport in the planet and the rapidity that the information arrive until the units domiciliary of a parcel of population, this raises the complexity of the world contemporary, in contrast of the planet before the globalization, where the information vagarosamente arrived the localities and many did not arrive until some places, due the diverse factors of historical and geographic order. With regard to what it was mentioned above, can be evidenced that the mundializao became homogeneous the world-wide space? Certainly not, this phenomenon incited the social inaqualities and regional, that is, it became heterogeneous the global space. Integration is relative, because areas exist that are practically closed or establish inexpressivas relations with the world, for example, the African continent and the Amaznia of Brazil.
These spaces are to the edge of the great flows of people and capitals. The phenomenon dinamizou the economy of definitive regions, while others had economically remained estagnadas or had had its situations aggravated for the process, with this, the possibilities of insertion ascension in the professional scope is bigger for the citizens who live in cities where the capital strong is installed and is lesser for that they live in ' ' cities rurais' ' insignificant inside of a proper logic of the capital (national and multinational). This does not want to say that it offers of job in the Metropolises or same in the cities of average transport is excellent, in these also has unemployment and under employment. Therefore, the globalization is an including geographic phenomenon with consequences and contradictions. This organized the world in net bringing easinesses/advantages for the world-wide businesses, preferential for the economic mega-entrepreneurs (proprietors of transnational companies) or agents and at the same time it deepened the social and regional disparidades.
Thus, Mosque (apud VIANA, 2000) understands that through the letters of the songs if it becomes possible to desvelar a social universe all built through imaginary the collective one of the society, that best assists in them to understand who is in the conjuncture of our contemporaneidade and our recent past of that we were participadores. In this context, we consider here a geographic analysis that privileges the reading of the daily one that the composers make and as we can bring this look, this perception, for our lessons. For in such a way, Saints (1996) cited by Viana (2000), it unmasks that through the agreement of this geographic content of the daily one we can, perhaps, to cooperate to the necessary agreement of this relation between space and social movements, distinguishing an invitation to the action. Beyond what we displayed so far, Viana (2000) still suggests in them that each professor must choose the letters of musics from the reality of its school and of the profile of its group, therefore, the letters in provides generating subjects to them that authorize the textualizao from codes that the pupils already possess of its daily experiences. 3. Chosen content to be worked in set with music 3,1 Movements of the Brazilian population (migrations) In the agreement of Moreira (2004), the movements or displacements of a population of a place for another one, are perceived as migrations. For this author, the people who carry through these movements are called migrantes. Thus, for it, the migrations are very varied and present two aspects, the exit of a place (emigration) and the entrance in another one (immigration). This exactly author still understands that the migrations can occur inside of one same country (internal migration) or of a country for another one (external or international migration). In this manner, this writer understands that the migrations can be forced or spontaneous, however, of general form, the people if transfer voluntarily of a place to another one, that is, of spontaneous form.
Jairo AugustoNogueira Pine Meteorology – UFPa 1. INTRODUCTION Since much time homemvem, changing it the agricultural way for the urban way. The cities had been growing, namaioria of the times of fast and very disordered form, without planejamentoadequado of occupation, provoking some problems that intervene sobremaneirana quality of life of the man who lives in the city. Currently, the majority of the population human being lives in the meiourbano needing, each time more, of conditions that can improve aconvivncia of an environment inside many times adverse. The vegetation, for some benefits that proporcionarao can half urban, has a very important paper in the reestablishment of relaoentre the man and the natural way, guaranteeing quality of life better. 2.
ARBORIZATION URBANANO WORLD the urban development nEuropa was initiated in the half of century XV and the public emespaos appearance of the vegetation occurred in century XVII (Segawa, 1996). The estilofrancs was distinguished in century XVII, the English, in century XVIII, ambosevidenciando trees (Farah, 1999). Alleys are ways tipped for trees, quetm its gnese in the Italian renascentistas gardens (Farah, 1999). From century XVII, vriascidades of the Europe had constructed its landscaped stroll. Thus, Berlin had, in 1647, ' ' Unter den Linden' ' , woody tree-lined avenue binding the city to the hunting park; Dublin had ' ' BeauxWalk' ' ' ' Gardener' s Mall' ' ; Amsterdam used to advantage a mire, transforming it into ' ' Nieuwe Plantage' ' ; Bordeaux gained the Garden Royal and Nancy; Vienna, Munique, SoPetersburgo, Madrid and Lisbon had implanted woody public strolls (Segawa, 1996). 3.ARBORIZAO URBANANO BRAZIL In Brazil, the interest porjardins is only born in the end of century XVIII, with the objective of ecultivo preservation of species, influenced for the Europe (Land, 2000). Scarce omaterial Brazilian description, but is distinguished some paisagistas, as AugusteFranois Marie Glaziou, that came to Brazil the invitation of D.