Angola Bordering Countries: Democratic Republic of the Congo
, Republic of the Congo
Regional Maps: Map of Africa
, World Map
Where is Angola?
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Atlantic Ocean, Baia de Bengo, Caculuvar River, Cassai River, Chicapa River, Congo River, Cuando River, Cuango River, Cuanza River, Cubango River, Cuilo River, Cuito River, Cunene River, Luangue River, Luena River, Lungue-Bungo River, Quembo River, Umba River, Utembo Luiana and Zambeze River.
Angola Natural Resources:
Angola's metal resources include iron ore, copper, gold and bauxite. Commercial deposits of petroleum, diamonds, phosphates, feldspar and uranium are also present.
Angola Natural Hazards:
The country of Angola has locally heavy rainfall, which causes periodic flooding on the plateau.
Angola Environmental Issues:
The country of Angola has deforestation of its tropical rain forest, in response to both international demand for tropical timber and the domestic use for fuel. This results in loss of biodiversity. The country's population pressure influences the overuse of pastures, and the subsequent soil erosion and desertification. The soil erosion contributes to water pollution, siltation of rivers and dams, and inadequate supplies of potable water.
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