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savanna landscapes of the Amazon Basin.

Theo L. Hills

savanna landscapes of the Amazon Basin.

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Published by Dept. of Geography, McGill University in Montreal .
Written in English

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SeriesSavanna research series / McGill University, Savanna research project -- No.14
ContributionsMcGill University. Department of Geography.
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Open LibraryOL13818586M

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Sitting on the equator, this wild and exotic land is divided by the soaring peaks of the Andes and carved by the mighty Amazon and Orinoco Rivers.

Colombia’s landscapes are vast and hugely diverse. The southwest and the west of the Amazon basin, stretching to the Andes, also contain largely intact forest. Foothills of the Andes contain the moist forests of Caquetá in Colombia, Napo in Ecuador, Ucayali in Peru, and the Southwest Amazon moist forest in Brazil and Bolivia.

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The book presents recent Author: Charles C. Mann. Until about 30 years ago, Western academic opinion agreed that the Amazon Basin could never have sustained large populations; due to the limitations of a tropical environment, the area could support only hunting and gathering and slash-and-burn agriculture.

Subsequent archaeological research proved this opinion wrong. The savannas and forest of the Bolivian Amazon were, in. The Llanos de Mojos (hereafter Mojos) is a tropical savanna in the Bolivian Amazon, shaped by cycles of drought and flood and the labor of generations of farmers.

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