DOI: 10.11606/t.18.2014.tde-16032015-093959
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"A ALAGAÇÃO OFENDE": A invisibilidade de um desastre relacionado às cheias atípicas na RESEX Alto Juruá, Acre

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“…The slight difference observed between the two regions could be due to the time difference between assessments: it is likely that the UJER education has undergone some improvements in 26 years, together with the remaining of the country. For example, the area close to Marechal Thaumaturgo (one of the towns within the UJER limits) has improved its primary and secondary education since 2000 (Landmann, 2014). Still, the very low level of education at the UJER could be partially due to the fact that this reserve is located in more remote areas of Amazonia, where there is an overall lack of infrastructure and schools.…”
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“…The slight difference observed between the two regions could be due to the time difference between assessments: it is likely that the UJER education has undergone some improvements in 26 years, together with the remaining of the country. For example, the area close to Marechal Thaumaturgo (one of the towns within the UJER limits) has improved its primary and secondary education since 2000 (Landmann, 2014). Still, the very low level of education at the UJER could be partially due to the fact that this reserve is located in more remote areas of Amazonia, where there is an overall lack of infrastructure and schools.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…Small-scale agriculture at UJER was represented especially by manioc (cassava), beans, tobacco, corn, rice and banana, among others (Table 2). Manioc is an important agricultural crop in Brazil, and in the state of Acre it represents 18% of the volume and 48% of the total gross production (Landmann, 2014). Manioc, the most important staple in Amazonia, and along with maize, were important crops since earlier Amazonian times (Sierra, 2016).…”
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