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How have humans changed the environment in Latin America to make it more suitable for agriculture?

My answer: Humans have burned forests to clear land for planting and diverted streams to irrigate crops. They have also raised fields in swampy areas and carved terraces out of hillsides.

  • Geography (Ms. Sue) -

    Right.

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    “What factors have drawn people from the countryside into the cities of the region?

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