Paris, Armand Colin, Collection Géographie, 1996
Chapitre 1 : Le morcellement de l'espace.
In Mexico, in the space of a few kilometers, one passes from a endoreic basin of semi-arid climate to a mountainous area of forests, overhung by the snow-covered cone of a volcano. On the other side, it is the tropical world of the hot lands. This diversity shapes Mexico and influences the way in which the inhabitants organize their space…