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Ecological Regions of North America

Toward a Common Perspective

November 1, 1997 60 pages

Ecological Regions of North America

Toward a Common Perspective

November 1, 1997 60 pages

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North America is a continent rich in diversity. Climatic types range from the polar arctic to tropical forests. Topographically, the continent contains a valley with the lowest elevation on earth and also extensive chains of tall mountains. It is blessed with rich natural resources as well as an unmatched variety of scenic natural beauty. Possessed of great variety among its populations of native animals and plants, since before recorded history it has also seen the development of a rich diversity in human cultures.

Additional Information

Document Type: Project publication
Theme: Ecosystems