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Ecological areas suitable for forest species in Cusco identified with a geographic information system



Ecological areas suitable for forest species in Cusco identified with a geographic information system



Revista Forestal del Peru 17(2): 97-109



A geographic information system was used to develop a model combining precipitation, temperature, soil depth, soil texture, altitude and slope in order to identify areas suitable for the exotic species Eucalyptus globulus, and the native species Polylepis sp. (quenual), Buddleia coriacea, Escallonia myrtilloides and Escallonia resinosa in Cusco, Chumbivilcas, Peru.

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