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Cartographic essay: the various shapes of the insular Caribbean: population and environmentAuthor(s): T. M. López Marrero; K. Yamane; T. Heartsill Scalley; N. Villanueva Colón
Source: Caribbean Studies 40:17-37
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: International Institute of Tropical Forestry
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CitationLópez Marrero, T. M.; Yamane, K.; Heartsill Scalley, T.; Villanueva Colón, N. 2012. Cartographic essay: the various shapes of the insular Caribbean: population and environment. Caribbean Studies 40:17-37.
KeywordsCaribbean, cartogram, population dynamics, environment, economy, urbanization
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