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North Cerrado of Brazil / Cerrado Norte do Brasil

Edited By: Larissa Barreto
378 pages, colour photos, maps, tables
North Cerrado of Brazil / Cerrado Norte do Brasil
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Language: Bilingual in English and Portuguese

Assesses the biodiversity of this tropical savannah to provide a basis for the protection of this valuable ecoregion.

Individual chapters deal with geology, geomorphology, soil use evolution and hydrographic characteristics, limnology, phytoplankton, zooplankton, benthic macroinvertebrates, vegetation, bees, ichtyofauna, herpetofauna, avifauna and mammals.

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Edited By: Larissa Barreto
378 pages, colour photos, maps, tables
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