Amazonia


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Amazonia

the land around the Amazon river
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The high revisit frequency of the SSR and its spatial resolution of one to four hectares will be useful for several applications that are presently restricted by cloud cover that is currently preventing the assessment of many areas of the Amazonia with good spatial resolution.
That will see them train at the Arena Amazonia, giving them far longer to assess the match conditions.
Work at the Arena da Amazonia, which football's world governing body FIFA had wanted to be finished in December, is one of several stadiums in Brazil running behind schedule - with just 125 days to go before the 2014 tournament begins, the report added.
The Arena da Amazonia is one of the five stadiums still under construction less than five months before the World Cup, although local organizers said construction at the site was nearly 97 percent completed when the accident happened.
Chapter 1 provides a comprehensive overview of different forms of landscape modification in pre-Columbian times, as well as a review of different agricultural techniques used in Amazonia today.
Stang was killed in the state of Para because of her support for the struggles of the campesinos and indigenous peoples of Amazonia.
What creatures are you most likely to see in the new Sea Life AmaZonia feature?
THE National Sea Life Centre in Brindleyplace has unveiled the pounds 250,000 AmaZonia attraction, showing amazing creatures that make their home in the world's most sprawling river system, including the fearsome, razortoothed piranha.
New for Easter 2006 - explore AmaZonia, bringing the world's greatest rainforest to the heart of the city.
Literary Amazonia is divided by a river of genre, separating the first half of the book, containing poetry, from the second, which contains fictional prose.