Plata River


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an estuary between Argentina and Uruguay

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Figueroa & Astarloa (1991) analyzed several morphometric and meristic characters of individuals sampled along the Atlantic Uruguayan coast, the northern and southern margins of the La Plata River and Bahia Blanca and found differences between the three former and the last regions.
The La Plata River Basin: International Basin Development and Riverine Fisheries.
The La Plata River Basin project aims to improve management of shared water resources in an integrated manner.
The Paraná river and the de la Plata river estuary are the main influence on the area's hydrological regime (Mujica, 1979).
The water level in the selected pond is partially influenced by the tides of the Rio de La Plata river, which is approximately 200 m from it.
The warlike state of the [people of the] La Plata River provinces has purged that territory [of Spanish forces] and led their victorious armies to Upper Peru.
The bridge will span over La Plata River, on PR-148 in Naranjito.
Flight 3142 plunged to the ground just before 9pm local time, and bounced down the road before coming to a stop in flames near a golf course along the Rio de la Plata river.
The plane bounced down the road before coming to a stop in flames near a golf course along the Rio de la Plata river.
Some of that water would go to increase flow into the La Plata River for downstream irrigation; some would be pumped higher still, to what is known as the"dry side," also for irrigation.
Leaving Spain in September 1519, with five ships, he sailed down the eastern coast of South America, exploring the estuary of the La Plata river.
axius has been reported mainly from localities next to La Plata River (Lareschi and Iori, 1998).