. and Pócs , T. ( 2016 ): Bryoflora and landscapes of the eastern Andes of central Peru: I. Liverworts of the El Sira Communal Reserve . – Acta Biol. Plant. Agriensis 4 : 3 – 60 . https://doi.org/10.21406/abpa.2016
After a long time of negotiation and preparation, the Free Trade Agreement between Peru and the European Union finally entered into force on the 1st of March 2013. This Free Trade Agreement will bring changes, challenges and new opportunities for the European Union and Peru. Peru will have access to the European market and the European Union can count on a new strategic partner in Latin America in terms of business relations. The Free Trade Agreement will help both parties strengthen their economic importance and position in the global scenario.
Authors:R. Fujiyoshi, Y. Satake, T. Sato, T. Sumiyoshi, J. Dietz, and R. Zimmermann
Environmental radionuclides (40K, 137Cs, 210Pb, 226Ra) were determined in soils under semi-arid stands, a transition area from thorn to deciduous forest in El Angolo, and heath
stands in the Alto Mayo in Northern Peru in order to elucidate their activity level in soil, and to trace underground environment
in remote areas of little anthropogenic intervention. Anthropogenic 137Cs was only found in the uppermost portion of the soils in small amount, whereas the 210Pb activity was exceptionally high at the soil surfaces in a tropical stand of Alto Mayo. The results suggest a fallout nuclide,
210Pb, having been transported from local source(s) not to be specified yet.
Authors:Tom John Wolff, Simon Ruffell, Nigel Netzband, and Torsten Passie
Over the past 20 years in Peru, ayahuasca tourism has developed into a thriving business ( Grunwell, 1998 ). Several studies have assessed the reasons of use and found that this is in part due to the increasing
Ganoza, C. A., Segura, E. R., Swancutt, M. A., Gotuzzo, E., Vinetz, J. M.: Mild, self-resolving acute leptospirosis in an HIV-infected patient in the Peruvian Amazon. Am. J. Trop. Med. Hyg. 73 , 67–68 (2005
stone sculpture, goldwork, and painted textiles.
Most research on this subject has concentrated on the use of San Pedro cactus ( Trichocereus sp.) on the Peruvian north coast and adjacent mountains of the North Central Andes on archeological
ayahuasca and 7 years later Allen Ginsberg did the same; their correspondence from that period resulted in the Yagé Letters. Burroughs did not find what he was hoping for in ayahuasca or in Peru – he reported “…I had been conned by medicine men