Florestas não-designadas na Amazônia

1 de julho de 2020

jul 1, 2020

Esse mapa traz o desenho dos 49,8 milhões de florestas não-designadas existentes na Amazônia, após limpeza de sobreposições, conforme descrito no artigo científico “Lawless land in no man’s land“, publicado em junho de 2020. Além dos limites, elas estão identificadas pelo ente responsável (esfera estadual ou federal) e sobrepostas ao desmatamento registrado até 2018.

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