Amazon River

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a major South American river

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The new records including herein, extend its range of distribution to the Amazon River basin (Fig.
The species is only found in the Amazon River basin from the river mouth to the upper reaches of tributaries of Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, and Peru.
The piranha, the most ferocious freshwater fish in the world, is more commonly found in the Amazon River basin.
The Amazon River basin region is a vast territory with an area >7 million [km.
Biochar may eliminate the need to replenish organic matter, especially beneficial to Oxisols as exist in the Amazon River Basin and in Georgia.
kelberi from the Amazon river basin and the upper Paraná river basin presented fragments of 650 bp and 410 bp.
During the rainy season, parts of the river flowing through the Amazon River Basin, which drains into the Southern Atlantic Ocean, can be almost 25 miles wide.
From the area where the Andes Mountains meets the Amazon River Basin, approximately 3,500-ft.
From different parts of the planet, Mongolia, the Sahara and the Amazon River Basin, these fans use their wits to make separate journeys with the same goal.
Although the surface of the Amazon River Basin is relatively calm, there is an enormous world to be discovered underneath.
The end of 2005 brought a record-breaking drought to Brazil's Amazon River basin, leading to a state of emergency in several areas.
A word of caution to ecotourists bound for the Amazon River basin and rain forests.
Brazil's Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva probably will make good on his bid to build infrastructure across the continent, including through the Amazon River basin.
The 1988 murder of Francisco Alves Mendes Filho, better known as Chico Mendes, in Brazil's Amazon River basin was a major international story.
The plan calls for increasing links between gas fields in Brazil's Amazon River basin and off its Atlantic coast with industrial centers throughout the nation.