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Adequacy of soil studies in Paraguay, Bolivia and Peru

Adequacy of soil studies in Paraguay, Bolivia and Peru

report of the FAO mission November-December 1963.

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Published by Food & Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in Rome .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Mission leader: A.C.S. Wright.

SeriesWorld soil resources reports -- 9
ContributionsWright, A. C. S., Food and Agriculture Organization.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19716203M

Soil maps for Paraguay were almost non-existent until Very little soil mapping has been done by the country of Paraguay itself. There are various maps available through the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations such as the one shown here depicting major environmental constraints for agricultural production (figure 4). Around half of the line will run across Brazil, kilometers on Peruvian soil and 1, kilometers will run through Bolivia. The train will have to travel across rough terrain: mountain slopes. Chile - Chile - Soils: The geologic variety and diverse origin of surface sediments cause the soils of Chile to vary greatly in character from north to south. In the northern desert region saline soils, made up of gravel and sand cemented with calcium sulfate, alternate with alkali-rich soils, which are difficult to cultivate even with irrigation because of their surface salt accumulations.


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Publisher: Rome.: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Publication year: Notes: Library holding:PY show all notes. Report of the Second Soil Correlation Seminar for Europe, Bucharest, Romania, 29 July-6 August * * Report of the Third Meeting of the Advisory Panel on the Soil Map of the World, Paris, 3 January * * Adequacy of Soil Studies in Paraguay, Bolivia and Peru, November-December **.

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Adequacy of Soil Studies in Paraguay, Bolivia and Peru, November-December ** Report on the Soils of Bolivia, January. [Show full abstract] rivers on the northern coast of Peru during the El Niño and sedimentation in the Pilcomayo River, which is shared by Bolivia, Argentina and Paraguay.

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