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《Journal of Baoji College of Arts and Science(Social Science)》 2003-01
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The Effect of the Economic Activities in Ming Dynasty on the Ecological Environment in the South

YANG Chang(The Institute of History and Culture, Huazhong Normal University, Wuhan, Hubei 430079)  
The rapid development of the social productivity and the expansion of the economic areas in the southern regions in Ming Dynasty had great impact on the ecological environment there. The government's pillage of the forests; the spreading of corn, wheat and sweet potatoes; the development of handicraft industry, the prosperity of the lumber industry--all led to the deterioration of the ecological environment in the south in Ming Dynasty. The consequences caused by the interactions between social and economic activities and the ecological environment are enough to pose an alertness to coming generations.
【CateGory Index】: K248
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