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Oxford, England: Oxford University Press. Desmond, Adrian; Moore, James London: Allen Lane. Dobzhansky, Theodosius The American Biology Teacher.
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Kotzin, Daniel Point-Counterpoint: Social Darwinism. Columbia American History Online. Semanas depois. Darwim morreu em 19 de abril de em Down House.
Durante a vida de Darwin, muitos locais foram homenageados com seu nome. Darwin foi celebrado no Reino Unido , com seu retrato impresso na nota reversa de 10 libras esterlinas emitida pelo Banco da Inglaterra , juntamente com um beija-flor e o Beagle.
Todos se tornaram cavalheiros. Ele estava cada vez mais abalado pelo problema do mal. Ele tomou a mesma atitude com os nativos que encontrou na viagem pelo Beagle.
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The Balanidae or Sessile Cirripedes ; the Verrucidae, etc. Londres: Royal Society. Why Evolution is True. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
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Peterborough, Ontario: Broadview. Journal of the History of Biology. New Scientist. Consultado em 2 de abril de Wahlert 11 de junho de Darwin and Darwinism.
Baruch College. Consultado em 26 de novembro de Consultado em 11 de abril de The Wedgwood medallion was the most famous image of a black person in all of 18th-century art.
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Juli eintraf und mehrere Wochen blieb. Darwin unternahm vom August bis September seine erste Expedition durch die Anden , die ihn ein erstes Mal bis nach Santiago führte.
Februar wurde er Zeuge des schweren, dreiminütigen Erdbebens bei Valdivia. Bei einer zweiten Anden-Expedition im März und April entdeckte er, dass das weit von der Küste entfernte Gebirge hauptsächlich aus submariner Lava bestand.
Er fand fossile und versteinerte Bäume und begann, erste eigene geologische Theorien zu entwickeln. Bis zum Sommer unternahm er zwei weitere Expeditionen, bei denen er Untersuchungen in den Anden durchführte.
Nach den bis zum 7. Die Vermessungsarbeiten dauerten gut einen Monat. Darwin schenkte zu diesem Zeitpunkt weder dieser Bemerkung noch den Galapagosfinken besonders viel Aufmerksamkeit.
November Tahiti erreicht, wo das Schiff zehn Tage ankerte. Während der Weiterfahrt nach Neuseeland vervollständigte Darwin seine Theorie über die Entstehung der Korallenriffe , die er bereits an der Westküste Südamerikas begonnen hatte.
Den zehntägigen Aufenthalt im Norden der neuseeländischen Nordinsel nutzte Darwin erneut zu Exkursionen in das Landesinnere.
Als die HMS Beagle am Auf einem seiner Ausflüge begegnete er einigen Aborigines , die ihm — für einen Shilling — ihre Fähigkeiten im Speerwurf demonstrierten.
In Hobart genoss Darwin, den es immer mehr nach Hause zog, die Gastfreundschaft des Generalvermessungsinspektors George Frankland — Er feierte seinen Geburtstag, fing Skinke und Schlangen, sammelte Plattwürmer und zahlreiche Insekten, darunter Mistkäfer , die er in Kuhfladen fand.
Die letzte Station des zweimonatigen Aufenthaltes in Australien war Albany. Die weitere Fahrt führte ihn auf die Kokosinseln sowie nach Mauritius und an der Südspitze von Madagaskar vorbei nach Südafrika.
Darwin eilte auf dem Landweg nach Kapstadt , wo er sich mit John Herschel traf. Auf St. Das heimatliche England rückte näher, doch am Oktober gegen 9 Uhr morgens lief das Schiff in den englischen Hafen Falmouth ein.
Darwin machte sich sofort auf den Weg zu seiner Familie in Shrewsbury. Zusätzlich hatte er Seiten seines Reisetagebuchs beschrieben.
Darwins Name war bereits vor seiner Rückkehr im Oktober in wissenschaftlichen Kreisen bekannt, da Henslow, ohne dass Darwin davon wusste, einige seiner Briefe als Letters on Geology veröffentlicht hatte.
Der freundschaftliche Umgang mit Owen kühlte in späteren Jahren jedoch ab. Darwin hatte den Vögeln auf der Reise kaum Aufmerksamkeit geschenkt, die gesammelten Exemplare auch nicht den einzelnen Inseln zugeordnet.
Gould zeigte nicht nur, dass alle Arten eng verwandt heute als Darwin-Finken zusammengefasst sind, sondern dass bei diesen Vögeln keine klare Trennung zwischen Arten und Varietäten möglich ist, also keine klaren Artgrenzen bestehen.
Darwins Überlegungen zur Entstehung der Arten waren begleitet von einer breit gefächerten Lektüre in den Bereichen Medizin, Psychologie, Naturwissenschaften, Philosophie, Theologie und politische Ökonomie.
Insbesondere lehnte er inzwischen die Naturtheologie Paleys ab, in deren Tradition er in Cambridge ausgebildet worden war. Viele von Darwins späteren Experimenten und Argumenten dienten dazu, Paleys argument from design zu widerlegen und Anpassungen auf natürliche Ursachen, nicht göttliches Wirken zurückzuführen.
Dabei verwendete Darwin häufig die gleichen Beispiele wie Paley und ähnliche Argumente. Darwin war spätestens im Sommer von der Veränderlichkeit der Arten überzeugt und begann, Informationen zu diesem Thema zu sammeln.
Auf S. Als Kristallisationspunkt für die Ausformulierung seiner Selektionstheorie erwies sich das Wachstumsgesetz, wie es Thomas Robert Malthus in seinem Essay on the Principle of Population formuliert hatte und den Darwin im September las.
Somit kann das exponentielle Wachstum nur für eine beschränkte Zeit aufrechterhalten werden und irgendwann kommt es zu einem Kampf um die beschränkten Ressourcen.
Die Zeit in London war die arbeitsreichste in Darwins Leben. Beagle — heraus. Sein zunächst als 3. Band von The narrative of the voyages of H.
Ships Adventure and Beagle veröffentlichtes Reisebuch war derart erfolgreich, dass es unter dem Titel Journal of Researches noch im selben Jahr separat veröffentlicht wurde.
Es ist heute noch neben den Origins sein meistgelesenes Buch. The City of Darwin electorate is organised into four electoral units or wards.
The wards are Chan, Lyons, Richardson, and Waters. The constituents of each ward are directly responsible for electing three aldermen. Constituents of all wards are directly responsible for electing the Lord Mayor of Darwin.
The rest of the Darwin area is divided into two local government areas —the Palmerston City Council and the Shire of Coomalie.
These areas have elected councils that are responsible for functions delegated to them by the Northern Territory Government , such as planning and garbage collection.
Government House , the official residence of the Administrator of the Northern Territory , is on the Esplanade.
Historically, Darwin voters elected Country Liberal Party members. Darwin has had a history of alcohol abuse and violent crime, with 6, assaults in , of which resulted in broken jaws and noses—more than anywhere else in the world, according to the Royal Darwin Hospital.
Mitchell Street, with its numerous pubs, clubs and other entertainment venues, was one of the areas policed by the CitySafe Unit, officially launched by the NT Chief Minister Paul Henderson on 25 February It was credited with success in tackling alcohol abuse linked to crime,  and the NT police were looking at establishing a specialist licensing enforcement unit in The First Response Patrol, run by Larrakia Nation, which helps to move homeless Indigenous women out of dangerous situations, was credited with the fall in sexual assaults in The two largest economic sectors are mining and tourism.
Given its location, Darwin serves as a gateway for Australian travellers to Asia. The energy production is mostly off-shore with oil and natural gas from the Timor Sea , although there are significant uranium deposits near Darwin.
Darwin's importance as a port is expected to grow, due to the increased exploitation of petroleum in the nearby Timor Sea and to the completion of the railway link and continued expansion in trade with Asia.
During , a number of major construction projects started in Darwin. One is the redevelopment of the Wharf Precinct, which includes a large convention and exhibition centre, apartment housing including Outrigger Pandanas and Evolution on Gardiner , retail and entertainment outlets including a large wave pool and safe swimming lagoon.
The Chinatown project has also started with plans to construct Chinese-themed retail and dining outlets. Tourism is one of Darwin's largest industries and a major employment sector for the Northern Territory.
In —, 1. They stayed for 9. The Territory is traditionally divided into the wet and dry, but there are up to six traditional seasons in Darwin.
It is warm and sunny from May to September. Humidity rises during the green season, from October to April bringing thunderstorms and monsoonal rains which rejuvenates the landscape.
Tourism is largely seasonal with most tourists visiting during the cooler dry season which runs from April to September.
The military presence that is maintained both within Darwin, and the wider Northern Territory, is a substantial source of employment. The agreement between the United States and Australia would involve a contingent of Marines arriving in Darwin in , with the total number rising to a maximum of 2, troops by on six-month rotations as well as a supporting air element including F Raptors, F Joint Strike Fighters and KC refuelers.
Marines had arrived in Darwin from Hawaii on late 3 April The agreement between the two governments remains hidden from public scrutiny.
Education is overseen territory-wide by the Department of Education and Training DET , whose role is to continually improve education outcomes for all students, with a focus on Indigenous students.
Darwin is served by a number of public and private schools that cater to local and overseas students.
Over 16, primary and secondary students are enrolled in schools in Darwin, with 10, students attending primary education, and 5, students attending secondary education.
There were 9, students attending schools in the City of Darwin area. There are over 7, students enrolled in government schools and 1, students enrolled in independent schools.
Most schools in the city are secular, but there are a small number of Christian, Catholic and Lutheran institutions. Students intending to complete their secondary education work towards either the Northern Territory Certificate of Education or the International Baccalaureate only offered at Kormilda College.
Schools have been restructured into Primary, Middle, and High schools since the beginning of Darwin's largest university is the Charles Darwin University , which is the central provider of tertiary education in the Northern Territory.
It covers both vocational and academic courses, acting as both a university and an Institute of TAFE. There are over 5, students enrolled in tertiary and further education courses.
On 1 July, Territorians celebrate Territory Day. In Darwin, the main celebrations occur at Mindil Beach , where a large firework display is commissioned by the government.
The Seabreeze festival, which first started in , is held on the second week of May in the suburb of Nightcliff.
It offers the opportunity for local talent to be showcased, and a popular event is Saturday family festivities along the Nightcliff foreshore, which is one of Darwin's most popular fitness tracks.
The Speargrass Festival is held annually the week prior to July's first full moon and celebrates the alternative Top End lifestyle.
The festival activities include music, screening of locally produced films, screen printing, basket weaving, sweat lodge, water slides, human pyramid, hot tub, disc golf, spear throwing, Kubb competition, bingo, communal organic cooking, morning yoga, meditation, greasy pig, and healing circles.
The Darwin beer-can regatta , held in August, celebrates Darwin's love affair with beer, and contestants race boats made exclusively of beer cans. The World Solar Challenge race attracts teams from around the world, most of which are fielded by universities or corporations although some are fielded by high schools.
The race has a year history spanning nine races, with the inaugural event taking place in Exhibitions include agriculture and livestock.
Horse events. Entertainment and side shows are also included over the 3 days of the event. The Darwin Symphony Orchestra was first assembled in  and has performed throughout the Territory.
The Darwin Theatre Company is a locally produced professional theatre production company, performing locally and nationally. The Darwin Entertainment Centre is the city's main concert venue and hosts theatre and orchestral performances.
The present site of the hotel and casino on Darwin's Mindil Beach opened in , at which point gambling operations ceased at the Don Hotel and commenced at the newly built facilities.
A range of art galleries including specialised Aboriginal art galleries are a feature of Darwin. A yearly music festival, Bass in the Grass , is popular with youth from the surrounding area.
There have been no major films set in Darwin; however, some scenes for Australia by Baz Luhrmann  and Black Water  were both shot in Darwin in Mitchell Street in the central business district is lined with nightclubs, takeaways, and restaurants.
This is the city's entertainment hub. As Darwin was destroyed by cyclones several times and suffered severe bomb damage during World War II, there are few historic buildings left in town.
The Administrator's Office dating from was used as a law court and as a police station and was only slightly damaged by bombs.
In , however, it was completely destroyed by the cyclone. In it was decided to rebuild, and the reconstruction was finished in The building houses Government offices today.
Opposite the building Survivors Lookout offers a view of the marina. In a park in the south of the CBD, the ruin of the Town Hall that had been built in and destroyed by the cyclone in can be seen.
Browns Mart is a stone building dating from opposite the park. Originally Browns Mart was the bourse of a mining company but later it was transformed into a theatre.
One of the most prominent buildings of Darwin is the Chinese Temple, which was founded in and damaged by cyclones in and in In it was severely damaged by bombs and rebuilt after the war.
On 24 December it was completely destroyed by the cyclone. The reconstruction was completed in There are various modern churches in Darwin.
Christ Church Anglican Cathedral was rebuilt in after it had been severely damaged by bombs in and destroyed by cyclone Tracy in The Uniting Memorial Church was built in The city has many kilometres of beaches, including the Casuarina Beach and renowned Mindil Beach , home of the Mindil Beach markets.
Darwin City Council has designated an area of Casuarina Beach as a free beach, which has been designated as a nudist beach area since Saltwater crocodiles are common in all waterways surrounding Darwin and are occasionally found in Darwin Harbour and on local beaches.
An active trapping program is carried out by the NT Government to limit numbers of crocodiles within the Darwin urban waterway area.
Fishing is one of the recreations of Darwin locals. Visitors fish for the barramundi , an iconic fish for the region. Blue-water fishing is also available off the coast of Darwin; Spanish mackerel , black jewfish , queenfish , and snapper are found in the area.
Lake Alexander is a man-made swimming lake at East Point Reserve. It has been considered crocodile- and jellyfish-safe.
An outbreak of non-deadly jellyfish in caused its closure for a brief period of time. The Darwin Surf Lifesaving Club operates long boats and surf skis and provides events and lifesaving accreditations.
Darwin has extensive parks and gardens. The Marrara Sports Complex near the airport has stadiums for Aussie Rules TIO Stadium , cricket, rugby union , basketball and indoor court sports , soccer, athletics, and field hockey.
Every two years since excluding due to the SARS outbreak , Darwin has hosted the Arafura Games , a major regional sporting event. In July , the city hosted its first international test cricket match between Australia and Bangladesh , followed by Australia and Sri Lanka in Australian-rules football is played all year round.
In , a record crowd of 17, attended a pre-season game between the All-Stars and Carlton Football Club at Marrara. Darwin's Hottest 7s is the richest Rugby 7s tournament in the Southern Hemisphere.
Darwin hosts a round of the Supercars Championship every year, bringing thousands of motorsports fans to the Hidden Valley Raceway.