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Colegio de Bachilleres del Edo. Morelos Plantel 2 Jiutepec

Teacher: Alma Rosa

:Names of the Students

• Buenaventura Bahena Israel Ángel
• Esquivel Pérez Isamar
• Gómez Bahena Tanya M.
• Martínez Delgado Gabriela Isabel
• Sota Martínez Kenia

Title: Jojutla Morelos

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Jojutla

Toponymy

Jojutla comes from the náhuatl Xoxutla, which in turnconsists of two roots: Xoxu, of Xoxouqui. - of blue color sky, and Tla, of Tlantli. - tooth, radical used to indicate abundance. Ideographical word - phonetic, that place means " where the blue sky abounds ".

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In his toponymy it is possible to estimate the "tooth" that means "abundance".

PHYSICAL WAY
Location
Geographical coordinates you carry to extremes in the northern part18°41 ', in the southern part 18°31 ' of north latitude; in the eastern part 99°09 ', in the western part 99°18 ' of length west. It is adjacent in the northern part to the municipalities of Puente de Ixtla, Zacatepec of Nobleman and Tlaltizapan; in the eastern part with the municipalities of Tlaltizapan and Tlaquiltenango; in the southern part with Tlaquiltenango's municipalities and Puente de ;in the western part with the municipality of Puente de Ixtla
Orografía

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Jojutla's hill with his 1,550 meters on the level of the sea is the only mountain of the municipality, plateaus compose the rest of the surface, lomeríos and glens.

The flat zones include 65 % of the territory and are located to the north of the municipality, the semiflat zones by an extension of 27 % andinjured to the south of the municipal head-board by 8 % of the area.

Hidrography

To the municipality it is crossed by the river Alpuyeca, which gathers the spillages of Xoxocotla's surroundings and takes the name of river Apatlaco. The river Amacuzac, the mightiest of the condition, crosses the localities of Chisco, Tehuixtla, Dry Rio and Vicente Aranda, and in the place called Tenayuca itreceives to the river Higuerón or of Yautepec. It possesses in addition 98 wells.

The Jojutla hill with 1,550 meters above sea level is the only mountain in the municipality, the remaining area is composed plateaus, hills and ravines.

Flat areas covering 65% of the territory and is located north of town, semi-flat

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It has a surface of 142,633 square kilometres that represent 3.2 % of the surface of the condition and is to 890 meters on the level of the sea (msnm)

Climate

The climate of this municipality is hot most of the year, temperatures can be registered over them 30°C April, May and June, being of 27 ° C in average, in November, December and January there are registered the lowesttemperatures that do not go down of it 18°C.

The season of rain regularly initiates in June and extends until September

Principal Ecosystems

The municipality has a vegetation named low jungle caducifolia with secondary vegetation, composed principally of casahuate, copal, tepehuaje, pochote, being very scanty copies of stick brasil, prickly pears, huizaches and pastures.

Flora

Thecultures that are practised are that of the sugar cane and rice, less and less maize, bean, gourd, jícama, tomato, tomato and vegetables.

Fauna

It diminishes to rabbits, badgers, tlacuaches, foxes, racoons, to the last dates garrapateras have reproduced white herons, migratory birds as dove of white wing, and huilota, still quails can be seen and less and less chatterboxes.

Natural resourcesTequesquitengo's lagoon and Tehuixtla's springs are his principal natural resources.

Characteristics and Use of the Soil
Of the total extension of the municipality, in general form 6,975 hectares are in use for agricultural use, 3,856 hectares for cattle use and 4.5 hectares for industrial use.
As for the possession of the land it is possible to divide in 2,167 hectares of property...
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