An exploration of Mexico, this book examines the country's important industries, physical geography, environment and social geography, including how people spend their leisure time. It is part of a series that has been written with students working at Key Stages Three and Four in mind.
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Natural Resources 16
People of Mexico 22
Daily Life 30
Mexicos Economy 38
The Environment 46
Further Information 59
access to electricity agricultural America AS0N Aztec Baja California biodiversity Cancun cent of Mexico's Central Plateau Chiapas Chihuahua Desert Ciudad Juarez coastal coastline conquistadores Copper Canyon country's crops deforestation diet Durango Eco-tourism environmental problems exports families forest grown Guadalajara Gulf of California habitats homes huge iguanas important indigenous groups industrial metals irrigation land landscape last 20 live in urban Los Mochis Madre mountain ranges maize major maquilladora industries Merida Mexican economy Mexicans live Mexico City Mexico's population Michoacan Migration million tonnes millions of Mexicans monarch butterflies nation natural resources northern Oaxaca Pacific pine and oak plants Popocatepetl production Quintana Roo rainfall rainforest rivers rural areas sector Sierra Madre mountain Sonora Desert Source Spanish species spectacular tierra fria Tijuana tortillas tree tropical urban areas USA border vanilla vast Veracruz volcanoes whale wildlife Yucatan Peninsula Zapotec Zapotec Indians