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1. Sub National Boundaries of Africa [FAOd0012_148]
Updated version of the Sub National Boundaries of Africa, as of June 1999. Contains first and second level boundaries for all countries and third level for some.


2. World Food Summit Maps [FAOd0009_148]
A series of 19 maps prepared for the 1996 World Food Summit, depicting national statistics for the following food security indicators: - Chronic undernutrition, Population Growth, Dietary patterns, ...


3. Climate and Length of Growing Period for the Developing World [FAOd0010_148]
Length of Growing Period, LGP (in days) and Major Climatic Zones


4. Coastal Lowlands of the Developing World [FAOd0011_148]
Coastal Lowlands of the Developing World. Seven files covering South America, Central America, Africa, the Near East, South Asia, South East Asia and Far East Asia. Polygon features depicting eolian ...


5. SubNational Boundaries of Asia [FAOd0015_148]
Sub National Boundaries of Asia, as of August 1999. Contains first and second level boundaries for all countries and third level for some.


6. Digital Soil Map of the World Coastline [FAOd0021_148]
Digital Soil Map of the World Coastline without soil data. For use as a base map for many 1:5,000,000 scale datasets, including those produced for the 1984 Desertification Assessment.


7. Problem Soils of Asia [FAOd0014_148]
Dominant and Secondary Soil Constraints derived from the FAO/UNESCO Digital Soil Map of the World at a scale of 1:5000000.


8. Soil and Terrain Database for Tanzania [FAOd0022_148]
Soil and Terrain Database for Tanzania at 1:2000000 scale.


9. Global Climate Maps from FAO [FAO_CLIMATE_MAPS]
The FAO global climate maps are based on data for mean monthly values of temperature, precipitation and cloudiness prepared in 1991 by R. Leemans and W. Cramer and published by the International Institute ...


10. FAO and natural resources databases [FAO_NAT_RES_DB]
Most sustainable development decisions require trade-offs between the often conflicting goals of different sectors GIS technology helps cross-sectoral communication by not only providing very powerful ...


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