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A vegetation map of South America
HD Eva EE de Miranda CM Di Bella V Gond O Huber M Sgrenzaroli S Jones A Coutinho A Dorado M Guimarães CElvidge FAchard AS Belward E Bartholomé A Baraldi G De Grandi P Vogt S Fritz A Hartley
Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, 2002
ISBN 92-894-4449-5
© European Communities, 2002 South America accounts for around 12% of the Earth’s land surface. The continent is among the most physically, biologically and climatologically diverse of all Earth’s land-masses. Climate ranges from arid desertic conditions, through to humid tropical regions and cold permanent ice caps. The continent boasts the largest rainforest in the world, the largest river and has some of the world’s greatest concentrations of biodiversity. In addition to the largest tropical forest left on the Earth the continent accounts for nearly a quarter of the world’s potentially arable land, around 12% of the current cropland, and 17% of all pastures (Gómez and Gallopin, 1991).

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actual05:52 30 jun 2020 (1,61 MB)Lcgarcia (discusión | contribuciones)A vegetation map of South America / HD Eva EE de Miranda CM Di Bella V Gond O Huber M Sgrenzaroli S Jones A Coutinho A Dorado M Guimarães CElvidge FAchard AS Belward E Bartholomé A Baraldi G De Grandi P Vogt S Fritz A Hartley / Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, 2002 / ISBN 92-894-4449-5 / © European Communities, 2002 South America accounts for around 12% of the Earth’s land surface. The continent is among the most physically, biologically and climatologi…

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