The Amazon

The Amazon

River in A Rain Forest

Book - 2010
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Second in length only to the Nile, the Amazon River carries a greater volume of water than any other river in the world. This book features the fascinating facts about this far-reaching river and the animals, plant life, and indigenous cultures that live in the surrounding rain forest. Flowing from the Andes Mountains in South America down to the Atlantic Ocean, the Amazon supports farming, tourism, fishing, logging, mining, and hydroelectric power production. However, agricultural practices, deforestation, and pollution threaten South America's great river, which plays a key role in Earth's natural cycles and climate regulation.
Publisher: New York : Crabtree Pub. Co., c2010.
ISBN: 9780778774426
0778774422
9780778774655
0778774651
Characteristics: 32 p. :,col. ill., col. maps;,29 cm.
Alternative Title: Amazon

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