Best Map Award 2013
Relief-Rock-Soil relationship in the transition of Atlantic Plateau to Peripheral Depression, Sao Paulo, Brazil
Fernando Nadal Junqueira Villela, Jurandyr Luciano Sanches Ross and Sidneide Manfredini (Federal University of Sao Carlos and University of Sao Paulo)
Journal of Maps, Volume 9, 2013 - Issue 3
Published online: 24 May 2013
This map impressed due to the synthesis of a large amount of data and presentation in an atlas format. It was produced by using thematic maps including a topographic base map, hypsometric map, slope map and morphological map. Also the geological and pedological maps were created based on field data collection, morphological analysis of soil profiles and physical, chemical and mineralogical laboratory analysis.
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