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Potential Land Use Mexico 2001

Description
This polygon dataset shows potential land uses in Mexico. The purpose of this data is to determine the possible use of land for agriculture, fishing, forests, urban development, conservation, and to evaluate the land conditions.
Publisher
Instituto Nacional de Estadistica y Geografia (Mexico)
Place(s)
Mexico, Northern Hemisphere, Western Hemisphere, and North America
Subject(s)
polygon, environment, farming, Land use., Exclosures, Land capability for agriculture., Land use, Rural., Open spaces., Public lands, Real estate business., Real estate development., Reclamation of land., School lands, Waste lands, Land cover., Landscape assessment., Landscape protection., Forest landscape management, Karst conservation, Upland conservation, Environmentally sensitive areas, Conservation of natural resources., Water districts, Soil conservation districts, Natural areas, Forest reserves, and Natural resources conservation areas.
Year
1993-01-01T01:01:01Z
Held by
Tufts
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