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Fig. 3 | Carbon Balance and Management

Fig. 3

From: Delineating managed land for reporting national greenhouse gas emissions and removals to the United Nations framework convention on climate change

Fig. 3

Distribution of the Conservation Units and Indigenous Lands in the Brazilian territory, by biome, as represented in the Third National GHG Inventory for 2002 and 2010. Biomes include Amazonia (intermediate green), Caatinga (yellow), Cerrado (orange), Pantanal (brown), Mata Atlantica (darker green), and Pampa (light green). In black, managed areas in 1994; in medium grey (areas created between 1994 and 2002); and light grey (areas created between 2002 and 2010)

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