Geographical and Administrative Map of the Dominican Republic 2005


  Geographical and Administrative Map of the Dominican Republic 2005
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  Political Map of the Dominican Republic.
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  Political Map of the Dominican Republic
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  Dominican Crafts Map
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  Seacoast Map of the Antilles
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  Golf Courses and Marinas.
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La Romana, Bayahibe, Eastern National Park. See Map>>

Hunting and Fishing Club, Sports Complex, Industrial Foreign Trade Zone, Altos de Chacon, Industrial Foreign Trade Zone. See Map>>

  Means of Communication
The road network of the Dominican Republic is considered good and a sufficiently effective link to the main cities, towns and populated areas within the country, even covering more remote areas. The main trunk roads, regional roads and local road are shown. See Map>>

  Use and Coverage of the Country 2003
In October 2002, the Secretary of State, the Environment, and Natural Resources initiated a project to update the Inventory of Use and Coverage 2003, with technical assistance from the US International Development Agency (USAID) and USGS (EROS Data Center). See Map>>

  Areas of a high endemic nature
Endemic is a name which applies to species of flora and fauna which are exclusive to a specific region. This may be a very extensive area like a continent or a very reduced area such as an island or a particular region. A species is said to be endemic when it has evolved within an ecosystem without expanding into others. Islands tend to have a high incidence of endemic species due to the isolation of the areas and their physio-geographical complexity. See Map>>

This map brings together telluric events in the Dominican Republic over a period of 23 years, from 1980 to 2003, registered and analyzed by the Autonomous University Seismology Institute at the Autonomous University of Santo Domingo. See Map>>

  Wind Power
This map is the result of a study carried out in 2001 sponsored by The United States Department of Energy (DOE) and The United States Development Agency (USAID) in collaboration with Winrock International and The United States National Rural Electric Cooperative Association, whose main objectives were to facilitate and accelerate the wide-scale use of wind power technologies, through the development of a detailed map of wind resources throughout the Dominican Republic. See Map>>

Areas that are covered with stagnant fresh, brackish or salt waters, either permanent or temporary are considered wetlands, which include marshes, bogs and areas of marines waters with a depth at low tide of no more that 6 meters. See Map>>

  National Protected Area Systems
This map was designed on the basis of General Environmental and Natural Resources Law number 6400 of August 18th 2000, article 34. Law 6400 defines the term Protected Area as a portion of land or sea specifically dedicated to the protection and upkeep of significant elements of biodiversity and associated natural and cultural resources, managed by a legal mandate and other effective measures. See Map>>

  Costal Marine Ecosystems
The costal profile of the Dominican Republic houses around 1500 marine species and is characterized by its irregular craggy reef and marshy land which form spectacular landscapes. See Map>>


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