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1. LBA-ECO LC-35 GOES Imager Active Fire Detection Data, South America: 2000-2005 [LC35_GOES_WF_ABBA]
This data set is an active fire detection product resulting from the application of The Wildfire Automated Biomass Burning Algorithm (WF_ABBA) to Geostationary Environmental Operational Satellite ...


2. LBA-ECO LC-22 Vegetation Cover Types from MODIS, 500-m, South America: 2000-2001 [LC22_MODIS_VCF_TREE_COVER]
This data set contains proportional estimates for the vegetative cover types of tree cover, herbaceous vegetation, and bare ground over South America for the period 2000-2001. These products were ...


3. LBA-ECO LC-02 Tributary Coordinates, Acre River, Tri-national River Basin: 2003-2004 [LC02_STREAMS_ACRE]
This data set provides coordinates for points at the mouth of tributaries of the Acre River in the Tri-national River Basin in South America. Three Global Positioning System (GPS) readings were made ...


4. LBA-ECO LC-24 Forest Cover Map from MODIS, 500-m, South America: 2001 [LC24_MODIS_FOREST_COVER_500M]
This data set contains forest cover information for 2001 for all of South America. The data were collected by the MODIS sensor onboard the TERRA platform and released by the MODIS team as an image ...


5. JERS-1 SAR Global Rain Forest Mapping Project South America, Sep/Dec 1995 [ND01018]
The Global Rain Forest Mapping project (GRFM) is an effort led by the Earth Observation Research Center (EORC) of the National Space Development Agency of Japan ...


6. Great Chile Earthquake of May 22, 1960 - Anniversary Edition [gov.noaa.ngdc.mgg.photos.G01935]
On May 22, 1960 (19:11 UTC), a Mw 9.5 earthquake occurred in southern Chile (39.5 S, 74.5 W). This was the largest earthquake ever instrumentally recorded. (It was not the largest in terms of dollar ...


7. Solar TILT Polygon Multiple Countries 40km NREL 1985-1991 [a4507e7a940297088ffdf4da6de169e4fdf6f212]
SRID 4326 of two available coordinate systems. These data provide monthly average and annual average daily total solar resource averaged over surface cells of approximately 40 km by 40 km in size. ...


8. Audubon Christmas Bird Counts [brdpwrc0006]
Audubon link: "http://www.audubon.org/" The first Christmas Bird Counts (CBCs) were conducted in 1900 in response to a suggestion made in the National Audubon Society's magazine Bird-Lore. Twenty-seven ...


9. Distribution ashore and breeding places of southern elephant seals in South America [AROBIS.eseals_II]
Database with number of individuals and distribution of the southern elephant seals (Mirounga leonina) of Península Valdés, Argentina,breeding colony. ...


10. ETI CD - Annonaceae-Genera Worldwide [ETI_Annonaceae-GeneraWorldWide]
The Annonaceae are one of the largest tropical plant families (about 2300 species) with a worldwide distribution. A number of these species is of economic importance (fruits, perfumes and ornamental ...


11. IPCC NonClimate Baseline Data for Latin America [IPCC_nonclimate_LatinAmerica]
Baseline information is available for the following sectors for Latin America: Population and Human Development, Economic conditions, Land cover / Land use, Water, Agriculture / Food, Energy, Biodiversity. ...


12. ICE Protected Area Biological Inventory Database [UC_ICE_biologicalinventory]
The ICE Biological Inventories of the World's Protected Areas provide a global information system of documented inventories of plants and animals reported to occur on the world's protected ...


13. ETI CD - Annonaceae - Neotropical General and Species [ETI_Annonaceae_Neotropical]
In the Neotropics (Central and South America) the Annonaceae are one of the largest tropical plant families. Some genera are of economic importance (fruits, and ornamental purposes). This CD-ROM holds ...


14. Late Pleistocene paleolakes in Andean and Extra-Andean Patagonia at mid-latitudes of South America [CDA_AR_GEO_PATAGONIA_PALEOLAKES]   PARENT DIF
Late Pleistocene paleolakes on the eastern side of Andes (glacial lakes) and in the Patagonian Steppe (pluvial lakes)along 41?S latitude were studied. Natural Dams (glaciers, moraines) that maintained ...


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