History, landscape, and botanical report of a centenary square in Brazil

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Autor(a) principal: Marim Toledo, Jayça Amate
Data de Publicação: 2021
Outros Autores: Vido Pereira, Bárbara Cristina, Machado Mattiuz, Cláudia Fabrino, Ambrosano, Marcelo Nalin, Cásares, María Carolina, Trevisoli Silva, Angelo Gabriel, Ferraz, Marcos Vieira [UNESP]
Tipo de documento: Artigo
Idioma: eng
Título da fonte: Repositório Institucional da UNESP
Texto Completo: http://hdl.handle.net/11449/206007
Resumo: Historical research of public spaces provides a better understanding of the social formation and preserve cultural and landscaping heritage. José Bonifácio Square, located in Picacicaba, São Paulo State, Brazil, is an important public space. We carried out a historical survey in the archives of municipal public institutions and a landscape record was done by identifying tree species implanted in the square. We verified a strong church influence in the development of the square landscape project. The first landscaping work occurred in 1885, and it became known as City Public Garden. It presented naturalistic features, using exotic and native species, mainly trees, for landscaping composition. Several modifications and reforms were made from 1885 to 2005. José Bonifáci Square was considered highly diverse (H’ = 3.18) with 151 individuals, distributed in 36 species belonging to 14 botanical families. The native species from Atlantic Forest represented 82.6% of Bignoniaceae, Arecaceae, and Fabaceae species. The high diversity of native species found in José Bonifácio Square allowed us to infer a lower ecological fragility and a higher environmental balance than other Brazilian squares. The analysis of historical information from the years 1885 to 2019 and the analysis of the square’s floristic composition in contemporary times demonstrated José Bonifácio Square’s relevance in forming and conserving Piracicaba’s urban identity.
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spelling History, landscape, and botanical report of a centenary square in Brazilhistorical gardenJosé Bonifácio Squarenative treesurban landscaping.Historical research of public spaces provides a better understanding of the social formation and preserve cultural and landscaping heritage. José Bonifácio Square, located in Picacicaba, São Paulo State, Brazil, is an important public space. We carried out a historical survey in the archives of municipal public institutions and a landscape record was done by identifying tree species implanted in the square. We verified a strong church influence in the development of the square landscape project. The first landscaping work occurred in 1885, and it became known as City Public Garden. It presented naturalistic features, using exotic and native species, mainly trees, for landscaping composition. Several modifications and reforms were made from 1885 to 2005. José Bonifáci Square was considered highly diverse (H’ = 3.18) with 151 individuals, distributed in 36 species belonging to 14 botanical families. The native species from Atlantic Forest represented 82.6% of Bignoniaceae, Arecaceae, and Fabaceae species. The high diversity of native species found in José Bonifácio Square allowed us to infer a lower ecological fragility and a higher environmental balance than other Brazilian squares. The analysis of historical information from the years 1885 to 2019 and the analysis of the square’s floristic composition in contemporary times demonstrated José Bonifácio Square’s relevance in forming and conserving Piracicaba’s urban identity.Universidade de São Paulo Escola de Agricultura “Luiz de Queiroz” Departamento de AgriculturaUniversidad Centroccidental Lisandro AlvaradoUniversidade Estadual Paulista – UNESPUniversidade Estadual Paulista – UNESPUniversidade de São Paulo (USP)Universidad Centroccidental Lisandro AlvaradoUniversidade Estadual Paulista (Unesp)Marim Toledo, Jayça AmateVido Pereira, Bárbara CristinaMachado Mattiuz, Cláudia FabrinoAmbrosano, Marcelo NalinCásares, María CarolinaTrevisoli Silva, Angelo GabrielFerraz, Marcos Vieira [UNESP]2021-06-25T10:25:04Z2021-06-25T10:25:04Z2021-01-01info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersioninfo:eu-repo/semantics/article162-172Ornamental Horticulture, v. 27, n. 2, p. 162-172, 2021.2447-536Xhttp://hdl.handle.net/11449/2060072-s2.0-85102073649Scopusreponame:Repositório Institucional da UNESPinstname:Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP)instacron:UNESPengOrnamental Horticultureinfo:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess2021-10-22T20:36:13Zoai:repositorio.unesp.br:11449/206007Repositório InstitucionalPUBhttp://repositorio.unesp.br/oai/requestopendoar:29462021-10-22T20:36:13Repositório Institucional da UNESP - Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP)false
dc.title.none.fl_str_mv History, landscape, and botanical report of a centenary square in Brazil
title History, landscape, and botanical report of a centenary square in Brazil
spellingShingle History, landscape, and botanical report of a centenary square in Brazil
Marim Toledo, Jayça Amate
historical garden
José Bonifácio Square
native trees
urban landscaping.
title_short History, landscape, and botanical report of a centenary square in Brazil
title_full History, landscape, and botanical report of a centenary square in Brazil
title_fullStr History, landscape, and botanical report of a centenary square in Brazil
title_full_unstemmed History, landscape, and botanical report of a centenary square in Brazil
title_sort History, landscape, and botanical report of a centenary square in Brazil
author Marim Toledo, Jayça Amate
author_facet Marim Toledo, Jayça Amate
Vido Pereira, Bárbara Cristina
Machado Mattiuz, Cláudia Fabrino
Ambrosano, Marcelo Nalin
Cásares, María Carolina
Trevisoli Silva, Angelo Gabriel
Ferraz, Marcos Vieira [UNESP]
author_role author
author2 Vido Pereira, Bárbara Cristina
Machado Mattiuz, Cláudia Fabrino
Ambrosano, Marcelo Nalin
Cásares, María Carolina
Trevisoli Silva, Angelo Gabriel
Ferraz, Marcos Vieira [UNESP]
author2_role author
author
author
author
author
author
dc.contributor.none.fl_str_mv Universidade de São Paulo (USP)
Universidad Centroccidental Lisandro Alvarado
Universidade Estadual Paulista (Unesp)
dc.contributor.author.fl_str_mv Marim Toledo, Jayça Amate
Vido Pereira, Bárbara Cristina
Machado Mattiuz, Cláudia Fabrino
Ambrosano, Marcelo Nalin
Cásares, María Carolina
Trevisoli Silva, Angelo Gabriel
Ferraz, Marcos Vieira [UNESP]
dc.subject.por.fl_str_mv historical garden
José Bonifácio Square
native trees
urban landscaping.
topic historical garden
José Bonifácio Square
native trees
urban landscaping.
description Historical research of public spaces provides a better understanding of the social formation and preserve cultural and landscaping heritage. José Bonifácio Square, located in Picacicaba, São Paulo State, Brazil, is an important public space. We carried out a historical survey in the archives of municipal public institutions and a landscape record was done by identifying tree species implanted in the square. We verified a strong church influence in the development of the square landscape project. The first landscaping work occurred in 1885, and it became known as City Public Garden. It presented naturalistic features, using exotic and native species, mainly trees, for landscaping composition. Several modifications and reforms were made from 1885 to 2005. José Bonifáci Square was considered highly diverse (H’ = 3.18) with 151 individuals, distributed in 36 species belonging to 14 botanical families. The native species from Atlantic Forest represented 82.6% of Bignoniaceae, Arecaceae, and Fabaceae species. The high diversity of native species found in José Bonifácio Square allowed us to infer a lower ecological fragility and a higher environmental balance than other Brazilian squares. The analysis of historical information from the years 1885 to 2019 and the analysis of the square’s floristic composition in contemporary times demonstrated José Bonifácio Square’s relevance in forming and conserving Piracicaba’s urban identity.
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