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The Smithsonian Atlas of the Amazon

Michael Goulding, Ronaldo Barthem, Efrem Ferreira
Smithsonian Institution Press
Natural History

An illustrated atlas of the 4000-mile-long river, including its major tributaries, with 150 full color maps and 300 photographs. Michael Goulding (Floods of Fortune) and Brazilian biologists Ronaldo Barthem and Efrem Ferreira provide the accompanying text. Organized geographically, with chapters on major tributaries and drainage basins in Brazil, Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador, Colombia and Venezuela.

ISBN: 9781588341358

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