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INFORMATION ON THE HISTORICAL SERIES IN THE ATLANTIC TRINATIONAL FOREST
Data from Collection 2 of the Trinational Atlantic Forest MapBiomas present 37 years (1985 to 2021) of annual maps of the biome's land cover and use in the three countries Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay, with 18 mapped classes, at a scale of 30 m.
The maps and statistics can be consulted by territorial units by political levels (country, department/province, municipality/department/district), by conservation units and by basins.
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