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"Antecedentes Paleoambientales para el desarrollo sustentable de la Región de Antofagasta, Chile"

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<div style=»height:50px; padding-top:0px;»><div style=» float:left; width:52px;»></div><div style=» float:right; width:52px;»></div><div><font style=» font-size:14px; color:#0B4C5F;»>Romero, H and Rivera, A. (1998) : «Antecedentes Paleoambientales para el desarrollo sustentable de la Región de Antofagasta, Chile» Bamberger Geographische Schriften, 15: 335-349.</font><br><br> <font style=» color:#66;»><b>Resumen / Abstract.<br> </b></font><font style=» color:#8ACCF6; font-style:italic;»><p align=»justify»>The region of Antofagasta, located in the northernmost section of Chile is one of those apparently stable landscapes as a consequence of its desertic nature. However, its long term climatic variability has allowed the origin and evolution of several resources, like water, soils and vegetation, which in turn, has sustained the old and permanent settlement of local ethnias. Agriculture, pastoralim and mining have been the main economic activities.</p><p>&nbsp;</p>
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