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FAO-UNESCO soil map of the world, 1:5000000; v. 7: South Asia








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    FAO-UNESCO soil map of the world, 1:5000000. Vol. 6: Africa 1977
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    The project for a joint FAo/Unesco SoiI Map of the World was undertaken following a recommendation of the International Society of Soil Science. It is the first attempt to prepare, on the basis of international cooperation, a soil map covering all the continents of the world in a uniform legend, thus enabling the correlation of soil units and comparisons on a global scale. The project, which started in 1961, fills a gap in present knowledge of soil potentialities throughout the world and provides a useful instrument in planning agricultural and economic development programmes.The present volume, covering the soils of Africa, is the sixth of a set of ten which make up the complete publication of the Soil Map of the World. The first volume records introductory information and presents the definitions of the elements of the legend which are used uniformly throughout the publication. Each of the nine following volumes comprises an explanatory text and th e corresponding map sheets covering the main regions of the world.
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    FAO-UNESCO soil map of the world, 1:5000000 vol. 1. Legend 1974
    The project for a joint FAo/Unesco Soil Map of the World was undertaken following a recommendation of the International Society of Soil Science. It is the first attempt to prepare, on the basis of international cooperation, a soil map covering all the continents of the world in a uniform legend, thus enabling the correlation of soii units and the comparison of soils on a global scale. The project, which started in 1961, fills a gap in present knowledge of soils and soil potenti alities throughout the world, and provides a useful instrument in planning agricultural and economic development.The present volume is the first of a set of ten which, with maps, make up the complete publication of the Soil Map of the World. This first volume records introductory information and presents the definitions of th.e elements of the legend which is used uniformly throughout the publication. Each of the nine following volumes contains an explanatory text and soil maps covering one of the main regions of the world.
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    FAO-UNESCO soil map of the world, 1:5000000. Vol. 5: Europe 1981
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    The project for a joint FAO/Unesco Soil Map of the World was undertaken following a recommendation of the International Society of Soil Science. It is the first attempt to prepare, on the basis of international cooperation, a soil map covering all the continents of the world in a uniform legend, thus enabling the correlation of soil units and comparisons on a global scale. The project, which started in 1961, fills a gap in present knowledge of soil potentialities throughout the world and provides a useful instrument in planning agricultural and economic development programmes.The present volume, covering the soils of Europe, is the fifth of a set of ten which make up the complete publication of the Soil Map of the World. The first volume records introductory information and presents the definitions of the elements of the legend which are used uniformly throughout the publication. Each of the nine following volumes comprises an explanatory text and th e corresponding map sheets covering the main regions of the world.

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