Map servers

I was going on the other day about Meteoclimatic. Well here’s another good resource: a climate atlas of the Iberian peninsula. The cartographers at the UAB’s Centre for Ecological Research and Forestry Applications have already got a global land cover, elevation and political boundary project up and running, and a fish and coastal base and a demographic map server are on the way.

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