Mesoregion (geography)

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A mesoregion is a geographic region of a size between that of a city or district and that of a nation.[1]

An example of the official usage of the term is Mesoregion (Brazil), a grouping of municipalities for statistical purposes.

References[edit]

  1. ^ p. 19, "What's in a Region? Southeast European Regions Between Globalization, EU-Integration and Marginalization", Klaus Roth, pp. 17 ff. in Region, Regional Identity and Regionalism in Southeastern Europe, part I, Klaus Roth and Ulf Brunnbauer, eds., Ethnologia Balkanica 11 (2007), LIT Verlag, Münster, ISBN 3-8258-1387-8.