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 Encyclopedia: List of global 200 ecoregions
168 Southwest Australia rivers and streams ( Australia)
List of the Global 200 ecoregions See also ecoregion conservation status
144 Mekong River (Cambodia, China, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam)
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On the Agnese map continents are in yellow and green watercolors, mountains in brown, white, and silver, rivers (including the legendary sources on the Nile) in blue, and the Red Sea and Gulf of California in red.
This was the route of the treasure ships -- heavily armed galleons that carried vast amounts of silver from Peru to Spain.
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Some still aspire to gain independence, while others would be unable to survive as an independent country based on global positioning and economic conditions.
Numbers shown are the population within the recognized city limits, and do not include people living in the immediate surrounding area outside of the established border of the city.
Numbers shown are the population within the immediate surrounding area of the established border of the city, and also include the city limit population figures.
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 Amazon.com: Stolen Continents: The "New World" Through Indian Eyes: Books: Ronald Wright
Even with their societies largely destroyed, however, retention of an indigenous identity for the Incan descendants in Peru and their Mayan counterparts in Guatemala, and events such as last year's tense standoff between defiant Iroquois and thousands of Canadian troops can be seen, Wright says, as evidence that a determined native resistance continues.
Clear and concise history detailing the experiences of Native Americans on both continents from 1492 to 1990, from travel-writer and Mayan specialist Wright (Time Among The Maya, 1989; On Fiji Islands, 1986, etc.).
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 3 Rivers Eco Lodge Book 3 Rivers Eco Lodge online at Total Hostels and Hostel Mania for full contact details and great prices
This is a cosy little Green Globe eco lodge in a lovely rainforest valley in the untouched east side of Dominica, surrounded by prostine rivers and rainforest, offering secluded self-contained cottages, dormitary accommodation, camping facilities, hammock space, games room, restaurant and bar.
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 Sacred Sites - Martin Gray
These sources are listed in alphabetical order and each entry includes the name of the publisher, and the place and date of publication.
Signs in the Sky: The Astrological and Archaeological Evidence for the Birth of a New Age ; Three Rivers Press; New York; 2000
Sacred Waters: A Pilgrimage up the Ganges River to the Source of Hindu Culture ; Harcourt; New York; 2001
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 NRDC Press Archive: NRDC's 2005 BioGems: Twelve Most Threatened Wildlands in the Americas
Finally, in South America, NRDC will continue its ongoing campaign to protect Peru's Tahuamanú Rainforest, home to some of the last remaining concentrations of old-growth mahogany trees in Latin America, from illegal logging.
This year, NRDC is adding two sites of critical importance for whales, porpoises and other marine mammals to its annual list.
In the Everglades, NRDC is pursuing courtroom action to block a series of massive limestone mines, approved by the Bush administration, that threaten to destroy 30 square miles of critical wildlife habitat and contaminate the drinking water used by 1 million people.
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 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species: Pteronura brasiliensis
In a long-term study in Peru giant otters were found in most of the river systems in the southeastern part of the country with the exception of those located close to the Andes where the flow gradient is steeper.
The large rivers of the lowland areas with gentle flow and oxbow lakes with high fish densities represent the environment most favoured by this group living species.
The giant otter is the largest of all the 13 otter species and is endemic to the rainforests and wetlands of South America.
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 Colombia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Colombia has a total area of 1,138,910 km² being the fourth biggest country in South America after Brazil, Argentina and Peru and the seventh one in the American Continent.
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The Andes range is located in Colombia from Southwest (Ecuador boarder) toward Northeast (Venezuela boarder) and is divided in the Colombian Massif (Macizo Colombiano) in three ranges (East Range, Centre Range and West Range) that form two long valleys, Magdalena and Cauca follow by the rivers of the same name.
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 Colombia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Colombia has a total area of 1,138,910 square kilometres (439,736 sq. mi) being the fourth biggest country in South America after Brazil, Argentina and Peru and the seventh one in the American Continent.
The Andes range is located in Colombia from Southwest (Ecuador boarder) toward Northeast (Venezuela boarder) and is divided in the Colombian Massif (Macizo Colombiano) in three ranges (East Range, Centre Range and West Range) that form two long valleys, Magdalena and Cauca follow by the rivers of the same name.
The word "Colombia" comes from the name of Christopher Columbus (Cristóbal Colón in Spanish, Cristoforo Colombo in Italian) and was conceived by the revolutionary Francisco de Miranda as a reference to the New World, especially to all American territories and colonies under Spanish and Portuguese rule.
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 cannabisnews.com: Rivers: The Last Frontier in Coca War
As this effort to control rivers grows in the jungles of Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Brazil, and Venezuela, so will the potential for regional instability and international incidents like the April shoot-down by Peruvian forces of a private plane suspected of carrying drugs - which turned out instead to be transporting American missionaries.
Commander Prieto has something else on his wish list: "I think a good idea would be to bring some of the US academics and university students down to our river base, even some of the people up there who use this cocaine, to see the impact this drug trade has.
But all around are rivers, including the chocolatey Putumayo River that divides Colombia from Peru and Ecuador.
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 3rd Class Gunboats
There was a total of about forty 3rd Class Gunboats on the official Spanish Navy rolls, however, some sources list some of the vessels as auxiliary gunboats.
These iron-hulled vessels were built at Cavite for service in the shaols and rivers of the Philippines.
The vessel was named for a Spanish officer anmed Fradera (?-1864) who was killed at Callao, Peru.
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 Lake Titicaca Puno tour information for Peru vacation.
Titicaca Lake and Puno should be on you short list of your Peru vacation.
The watershed of Titicaca has three large rivers: the Ramis, el Coata and the LLave.
Titicaca Lake is located on the Highland plain of Collao enclosed between the mountain ranges of occident Andean that comes from Chile and the oriental.
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 The Posada Del Angel
Antigua was one of the three major centers of power in the New World along with Lima, Peru and Mexico City, Mexico.
Antigua, included in UNESCO's World Heritage List in 1979, was one of the first planned colonial cities in the New World.
From Antigua, you can raft down unspoiled rivers and climb the volcanoes that shaded Mayan civilization.
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 Bolivia Web - Travel
Stretching from Bolivia's mountain peaks to the steaming Yungas, hikers have a view of stone houses in the Altiplano, crystalline rivers, green valleys, monkeys, and eagles.
For a complete list of air transportation companies in Bolivia, visit this link.
Detailed information about the Pantanal, an area in the eastern part of Bolivia with an incredible variety of fauna and flora.
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Panoramic images Extremadura (360 degrees), Old Town of Caceres, has inscribed on the World Heritage List in 1986 (Unesco), ruins romans of Merida, Trujillo, Granadilla, rivers of Valle del Jerte and La Vera
Landscapes and monuments of Costa Rica, Egypt, France, Greece, Italy, Morocco, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Tunis, Turkey, etc. Fotos de viaje.
Photo gallery of 45 images of "Auditorium of Tenerife" (Canary Islands) of architect Santiago Calatrava by photographer architectural Javier Salmones.
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 Urubamba River Rafting in Peru RaftInfo.com
To learn about other rivers offering whitewater rafting in Peru with a list of outfitters in the area, use the drop down menu located to the right.
At this time we have no information available on Urubamba River Rafting.
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 Riverkeeper.org, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.
He has organized and led several expeditions to Latin America, including first descents on three little known rivers in Peru, Colombia, and Venezuela.
The list includes winning numerous settlements for Riverkeeper, prosecuting governments and companies for polluting the Hudson River and Long Island Sound, arguing cases to expand citizen access to the shoreline, and suing treatment plants to force compliance with the Clean Water Act.
Kennedy acts as Chief Prosecuting Attorney for Riverkeeper.
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 Encyclopedia: List of cities in Chile
Arica is a port city in Northern Chile, and is the capital of Arica Province in Peru until 1880, when it was invaded by Chilean forces during the War of the Pacific.
This is the list of city listings by country and territory: See also List of cities by latitude List of metropolitan areas by population List of national capitals List of capitals of subnational entities List of towns List of neighborhood listings by city External link Place Names of Europe Categories...
Valdivia is a city in southern Chile, founded by Pedro de Valdivia, located at the confluence of the Calle Calle, Valdivia and Cau Cau rivers, some 15 km east of the coastal town and bay of Corral.
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