Coquimboball is a region of Chileball.
The Coquimbo Region forms the narrowest part, or 'waist' of Chile, and is hence one of the country's more mountainous regions, as the Andes range runs closer to the sea than elsewhere. The region has notable marine species as well as taxa that are associated with the mountainous regions. With respect to marine organisms, the upwelling areas encourage bioproductivity off of this Pacific Coast area of Chile.
In the southern mountainous areas of the Coquimbo Region, the rare and endangered Chilean Wine Palm is found, whose habitat is threatened by human overpopulation in the region and associated deforestation for residential expansion and agriculture.
The Elqui Valley is home to a number of astronomical observatories, owing to the region's clear skies. It is also home to a 600-meter-long dam, the Puclaro, which confines the Elqui River and produces a reservoir of some seven km in length.
|Arica y Parinacotaball • Tarapacaball • Antofagastaball • Atacamaball • Coquimboball • Valparaísoball ( Easter Islandball) • O'Higginsball • Mauleball • Biobioball • La Araucaniaball • Ñubleball • Los Riosball • Los Lagosball • Aysenball • Magallanesball ( Chilean Antarcticaball)|
|Region Capitals||Antofagastaball (city) • Aricaball • Chillánball • Coihaiqueball • Concepciónball • Copiapóball • Iquiqueball • La Serenaball • Puerto Monttball • Punta Arenasball • Rancaguaball • Santiagoball (Capital) • Talcaball • Temucoball • Valdiviaball • Valparaísoball (city)|
|Other Cities||Viña del Marball|
|Former entities||Migrants from North (Ancient South Americans) • Aymaraball • Mapucheball • Kingdom of Cuzcoball • Rapanuiball • Incaball • Spanish Empireball ( Kingdom of Chileball) • Patria Viejaball|