Forest in Samoa

Forest in Samoa (2011) (1,710 km^2)

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If Forest in Samoa (2011) (1,710 km^2) was a standard unit ...

  • Land Area of Russia (17.1 km^2)...more would be 10000 x Forest in Samoa
  • Land Area of Brazil (8.52 km^2)...more would be 5000 x Forest in Samoa
  • Forest in Russia (2011) (8.45 km^2)...more would be 5000 x Forest in Samoa
  • Forest in Canada (2011) (3.4 km^2)...more would be 2000 x Forest in Samoa
  • Land used for agriculture in Saudi Arabia (2011) (1.73 km^2)...more would be 1000 x Forest in Samoa
  • Other land in Mali (2011) (690,000 km^2)...more would be 400 x Forest in Samoa
  • Land used for agriculture in Canada (2011) (680,000 km^2)...more would be 400 x Forest in Samoa
  • Forest in Peru (2011) (680,000 km^2)...more would be 400 x Forest in Samoa
  • Land Area of Burma (677,000 km^2)...more would be 400 x Forest in Samoa
  • Other land in Chile (2011) (431,000 km^2)...more would be 250 x Forest in Samoa
  • Land used for agriculture in Colombia (2011) (430,000 km^2)...more would be 250 x Forest in Samoa
  • Land used for agriculture in Ukraine (2011) (430,000 km^2)...more would be 250 x Forest in Samoa
  • Land used for agriculture in Mali (2011) (420,000 km^2)...more would be 250 x Forest in Samoa
  • Other land in Central African Republic (2011) (347,000 km^2)...more would be 200 x Forest in Samoa
  • Land used for agriculture in France (2011) (339,000 km^2)...more would be 200 x Forest in Samoa
  • Land Area of Finland (338,000 km^2)...more would be 200 x Forest in Samoa
  • Land used for agriculture in United Kingdom (2011) (173,000 km^2)...more would be 100 x Forest in Samoa
  • Land used for agriculture in Uganda (2011) (171,600 km^2)...more would be 100 x Forest in Samoa
  • Land used for agriculture in Germany (2011) (171,400 km^2)...more would be 100 x Forest in Samoa
  • Land Area of Azerbaijan (86,600 km^2)...more would be 50 x Forest in Samoa
  • Forest in Senegal (2011) (86,200 km^2)...more would be 50 x Forest in Samoa
  • Forest in New Zealand (2011) (84,400 km^2)...more would be 50 x Forest in Samoa
  • Land used for agriculture in Ecuador (2011) (84,200 km^2)...more would be 50 x Forest in Samoa
  • Land Area of Austria (83,900 km^2)...more would be 50 x Forest in Samoa
  • Land Area of Georgia (69,700 km^2)...more would be 40 x Forest in Samoa
  • Forest in Romania (2011) (68,400 km^2)...more would be 40 x Forest in Samoa
  • Other land in New Zealand (2011) (68,300 km^2)...more would be 40 x Forest in Samoa
  • Forest in Somalia (2011) (67,600 km^2)...more would be 40 x Forest in Samoa
  • Other land in Nepal (2011) (67,400 km^2)...more would be 40 x Forest in Samoa
  • Other land in Madagascar (2011) (43,400 km^2)...more would be 25 x Forest in Samoa
  • Land used for agriculture in Czechia (2011) (43,200 km^2)...more would be 25 x Forest in Samoa
  • Land Area of Denmark (43,100 km^2)...more would be 25 x Forest in Samoa
  • Forest in Turkmenistan (2011) (43,000 km^2)...more would be 25 x Forest in Samoa
  • Land used for agriculture in Nepal (2011) (42,400 km^2)...more would be 25 x Forest in Samoa
  • Other land in Nicaragua (2011) (42,400 km^2)...more would be 25 x Forest in Samoa
  • Forest in Portugal (2011) (34,800 km^2)...more would be 20 x Forest in Samoa
  • Other land in Uganda (2011) (34,500 km^2)...more would be 20 x Forest in Samoa
  • Forest in Uzbekistan (2011) (34,400 km^2)...more would be 20 x Forest in Samoa
  • Land Area of Moldova (33,900 km^2)...more would be 20 x Forest in Samoa
  • Land used for agriculture in Sweden (2011) (33,800 km^2)...more would be 20 x Forest in Samoa
  • Other land in Hungary (2011) (17,300 km^2)...more would be 10 x Forest in Samoa
  • Land used for agriculture in Djibouti (2011) (17,030 km^2)...more would be 10 x Forest in Samoa
  • Forest in New Caledonia (2011) (8,530 km^2)...more would be 5 x Forest in Samoa
  • Other land in Czechia (2011) (8,520 km^2)...more would be 5 x Forest in Samoa
  • Forest in Belgium (2011) (6,840 km^2)...more would be 4 x Forest in Samoa
  • Other land in Lesotho (2011) (6,800 km^2)...more would be 4 x Forest in Samoa
  • Land used for agriculture in Fiji (2011) (4,260 km^2)...more would be 2.5 x Forest in Samoa
  • Forest in Jamaica (2011) (3,420 km^2)...more would be 2 x Forest in Samoa
  • Forest in Luxembourg (2011) (870 km^2)...more would be 1/2 of Forest in Samoa
  • Forest in Cabo Verde (2011) (850 km^2)...more would be 1/2 of Forest in Samoa
  • Other land in Singapore (2011) (688 km^2)...more would be 2/5 of Forest in Samoa
  • Land Area of Barbados (430 km^2)...more would be 1/4 of Forest in Samoa
  • Land used for agriculture in Isle of Man (2011) (427 km^2)...more would be 1/4 of Forest in Samoa
  • Other land in Kiribati (2011) (349 km^2)...more would be 1/5 of Forest in Samoa
  • Land Area of Grenada (344 km^2)...more would be 1/5 of Forest in Samoa
  • Forest in Turks and Caicos Islands (2011) (343 km^2)...more would be 1/5 of Forest in Samoa
  • Land used for agriculture in Kiribati (2011) (341 km^2)...more would be 1/5 of Forest in Samoa
  • Forest in Grenada (2011) (172 km^2)...more would be 1/10 of Forest in Samoa
  • Land used for agriculture in Bahrain (2014) (85.9 km^2)...more would be 1/20 of Forest in Samoa
  • Land used for agriculture in Maldives (2011) (69.4 km^2)...more would be 1/25 of Forest in Samoa
  • Forest in Liechtenstein (2011) (69 km^2)...more would be 1/25 of Forest in Samoa
  • Land used for agriculture in American Samoa (2014) (43.4 km^2)...more would be 1/40 of Forest in Samoa
  • Other land in Saint Lucia (2011) (34.5 km^2)...more would be 1/50 of Forest in Samoa
  • Other land in Nauru (2011) (16.8 km^2)...more would be 1/100 of Forest in Samoa
  • Forest in Tuvalu (2011) (8.66 km^2)...more would be 1/200 of Forest in Samoa
  • Land used for agriculture in Nauru (2011) (4.2 km^2)...more would be 1/400 of Forest in Samoa
  • Other land in Tuvalu (2011) (1.74 km^2)...more would be 1/1000 of Forest in Samoa

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