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Biomass and Remote Sensing of Biomass by I. Atazedeh

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Most trees also have deep roots, thick fire-resistant barks while those in African savannas often have spines to protect them from browsing herbivores. , 1998). , 1998). ) Cerrados of Brazil are the largest (76%), about 11% (28 million ha) form the Venezuelan Llanos and remaining Columbian Llanos (WWF, 2007). The llanos ecoregion covers a large elongated area beginning at the foothills of the Oriental Andes of Colombia and extending along the course of the Orinoco River. This ecoregion has a typical savanna climate characterized by two well-defined seasons a wet season between 38 Biomass and Remote Sensing of Biomass April and November and an intense drought 3 to 5 months long between December and April.

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