Ecosistemas Terrestres de Chile

Dec 7, 2010 (Last modified Nov 9, 2012)
Global Ecoregions, Major Habitat Types, Biogeographical Realms and The Nature Conservancy Terrestrial Assessment Units as of August 7, 2007.
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Other Citation Info: -Olson, D. M. and E. Dinerstein. 2002. The Global 200: Priority ecoregions for global conservation. (PDF file) Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 89:125-126. -The Nature Conservancy, USDA Forest Service and U.S. Geological Survey, based on Bailey, Robert G. 1995. Description of the ecoregions of the United States (2nd ed.). Misc. Pub. No. 1391, Map scale 1:7,500,000. USDA Forest Service. 108pp. -The Nature Conservancy (2003), based on Wiken, E.B. (compiler). 1986. Terrestrial ecozones of Canada. Ecological Land Classification Series No. 19. Environment Canada, Hull, Que. 26 pp. + map.
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