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Agriculture land use distribution - croplands and pasture land

The World's agricultural land is used in different ways, depending on climatic and soil factors, but also related to cultural and social issues. The majority of croplands, where rice, wheat, legumes and corn - among other crops - are spread out in the Northern Hemisphere, in the temperate zone, and in South and Eastern Asia. Areas where primarily livestock is held for agricultural are dominant in Africa, South America and Australia.

Year: 2006

From collection: Global Environment Outlook 4 (GEO-4)

Cartographer: This

Tags: environment programme The Global Environment

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