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Pardo River (Mato Grosso do Sul)

The Pardo River is a river of Mato Grosso do Sul state in southwestern Brazil. It is a tributary of the Parana River, which it enters in the reservoir of Sergio Motta Dam.

Rio Verde (Mato Grosso do Sul)

The Rio Verde is a river in the state of Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil. It is a tributary of the Parana River. In Cisalpina private natural heritage reserve protects the region where the Rio Verde and the paraná river come together, and contains a c ...

Sucuriu River

The Sucuriu River is a river of Mato Grosso do Sul state in southwestern Brazil. It is a tributary of the Parana River, which it joins just upriver of Eng Souza Dias Dam.

Taquari River

The Taquari River is a river in the states of Mato Grosso and Mato Grosso do Sul in Brazil. It is a left tributary of the Paraguay River. The town of Coxim is situated on the Taquari. The Taquari river is the most degraded rivers in the basin of ...

Araguari River (Minas Gerais)

The Araguari River is a river of Minas Gerais state in southeastern Brazil. It is a tributary of the Paranaiba River, which it joins in the reservoir created by Itumbiara Dam.

Cagado river

The Cagado is a river in the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais. It is a left bank tributary of the Rio Paraibuna and thus a sub-tributary of the Paraiba do Sul. It is 101 kilometres long and drains an area of 1.082 square kilometres. The river orig ...

Cagado River (Minas Gerais)

The Cagado River is a river of Minas Gerais state in southeastern Brazil. It rises in Chacara in the Serra da Mantiqueira and flows 101 kilometres to its mouth on the Paraibuna between Santana do Deserto and Chiador.

Capivari River (Minas Gerais)

The Capivari River is a Brazilian river in the state of Minas Gerais. Its source in the Serra da Chapada das Perdizes is located in Carrancas. The river has dozens of waterfalls along its course to its discharge into the Grande River. It passes t ...

Mandu River

The Mandu River is a Brazilian river in the state of Minas Gerais. Its source is located near Ouro Fino. The river passes through the municipalities of Ouro Fino, Borda da Mata, and Pouso Alegre. It discharges into the Sapucai-Mirim River.

Manhuaçu River

The Manhuaçu River is a river of Minas Gerais state in southeastern Brazil. River in the basin of the river Doce. She passes by Feliciano Miguel Abdala private natural heritage reserve, located on its left Bank, home to one of the last wild popul ...

Mosquito River (Minas Gerais)

The Mosquito River is a river of Minas Gerais state in southeastern Brazil. It is a tributary of the Gorutuba River. The river rises in the Serra do Talhado, in 49.830 ha 123.100 acres to the national Park of Serra Nova. It flows West to join the ...

Paracatu River (Brasilia de Minas)

The Paracatu River is a river of Minas Gerais state in southeastern Brazil. It joins the São Francisco River just 12 km north of the mouth of its much larger namesake the Paracatu River on the opposite bank.

Paraopeba River

The Paraopeba River is a river in the state of Minas Gerais, Brazil. In the Tupi language "Para" means "great river or sea," and "peba" means "flat," together meaning "flat river". The source of the river is located to the South of the municipali ...

Piracicaba River (Minas Gerais)

The Piracicaba River is a river of Minas Gerais state in southeastern Brazil. It is a tributary of the Doce River. Piracicaba river forms the Northern border of the national Park of Rio Doce to the point where it enters the river Doce to the left.

Pomba River

The Rio Pomba is a river of Minas Gerais and Rio de Janeiro states in southeastern Brazil, one of the principle tributaries of the Paraiba do Sul. It rises in the town of Barbacena in Minas Gerais and flows South through the Zona da Mata to empty ...

Preto River (Araçuai River)

The Preto River is a river in the state of Minas Gerais, Brazil. It is a tributary of the Araçuai River. Rio Preto was declared "permanently protected river" in 1991, in response to the demand from the local population. The Rio Preto State Park, ...

Ribeirão Arrudas

Arrudas is a stream that begins its course in Contagem and goes down through Belo Horizonte in the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais. It is one of the source of Das Velhas River Rio das Velhas in Sabara. Ribeirão Arrudas is formed by many streams: ...

Santo Antonio River (Doce River)

The Santo Antonio River of Brazil rises in the Espinhaço mountains, in the district of Santo Antonio do Cruzeiro, city of Conceição do Mato Dentro, in the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais. Running to the east, after a journey of 287 km, will pour ...

Sapucai River (Minas Gerais)

The Sapucai River is a river of the states of São Paulo and Minas Gerais in southeastern Brazil. It is a tributary of the Rio Grande.

Sapucai-Mirim River

The Sapucai-Mirim River is a river that flows through the Brazilian states of São Paulo and Minas Gerais. Its source lies within the Mantiqueira Mountains and it discharges into the Sapucai River.

Tijuco River

The Tijuco River is a river of Minas Gerais state in southeastern Brazil. It is a tributary of the Paranaiba River, which it joins in the reservoir created by São Simão Dam.

Acarai River

The Acarai River is a river of Para state in north-central Brazil, a tributary of the Xingu River. The river passes through 1.288.720 ha 3.184.500 acres Verde para Sempre extractive reserve, sustainable use of specially protected area, created in ...

Amapa River

The Amapa River rises in the 304.146 hectares 751.560 acres Lago do Capanã Grande Extractive Reserve, created in 2004. It flows across the reserve in an east of northeast direction, crosses the Rio Amapa Sustainable Development Reserve and then f ...

Anapu River

The Anapu River is a river of Para state in north-central Brazil. It is a tributary of the Para River, a channel that connects the Amazon and Tocantins rivers to the south of Marajo island. River basin Anapa in the Xingu-Tocantins-Araguaia moist ...

Arama River

The Arama River rises on the island of Marajo in the delta region where the Amazon and Tocantins rivers empty into the Atlantic Ocean. It forms the northern boundary in the western part of the Mapua Extractive Reserve. The Mapua River, a left tri ...

Arapiuns River

The Arapiuns River is a river in Para state in north-central Brazil. It is a tributary of the Tapajos, and merges into the latter river about 30 km before Tapajos merges into the Amazon River. Arapiuns is a blackwater river.

Bacaja River

The Bacaja River is a river of Para state in north-central Brazil. It is a tributary of the Xingu River. River Bacaja river Blackwater. Your pool in the Xingu-Tocantins-Araguaia moist forests Ecoregion.

Barreto River

The Barreto River is a river in the state of Para, Brazil. The river enters the Atlantic Ocean in the municipality of São João da Ponta, Para.

Cachorro River (Para)

The Cachorro River is a tributary of the Trombetas River in Para state in north-central Brazil. Cachorro beach the river flows through 3.172.978 ha 7.840.600 acres Trombetas state forest from North to South, and enters into Trombetas in the woods.

Caete River (Para)

The Caete River runs north past the town of Bragança, Para. North of the town the shores are protected by the 42.069 hectares 103.950 acres Caete-Taperaçu Marine Extractive Reserve, created in 2005.

Canaticu River

The river is on the island of Marajo to the northwest of Belem in the delta region where the Amazon and Tocantins rivers empty into the Atlantic Ocean. It runs through part of the 194.868 hectares 481.530 acres Terra Grande-Pracuuba Extractive Re ...

Capim River

The Capim River is a river in the state of Para, Brazil. It is a tributary of the Guama River. In Gurupi, the river Capim and Guama flow at the mouth of the Amazon and depend on the daily tides that force the water from the Amazon upstream. They ...

Catete River (Itacaiunas River)

The Catete River is a river of Para state in north-central Brazil. It is a tributary of the Itacaiunas River, which in turn is a tributary of the Tocantins River. The river Side-the river Blackwater. Your pool in the Xingu-Tocantins-Araguaia mois ...

Crepori River

The Crepori River is a river of Para state in north-central Brazil. It is a tributary of the Tapajos. The river flows through Tapajos-Xingu moist forests Ecoregion. The river basin includes part 538.151 1.329.800 hectares acres national Park, Rio ...

Cuinarana River

The river originates near the village of Magalhães Barata, and flows north to the point where it enters the Marapanim River. The mangroves of the east side of the Cuinarana River are protected by the Maracanã Marine Extractive Reserve. On the wes ...

Cuminapanema River

The Cuminapanema River is a river of Para state in north-central Brazil, a tributary of the Curua River. The river basin lies partly within 4.245.819 ha 10.491.650 acres Grao-para ecological station, the largest fully protected conservation unit ...

Cupari River

The Cupari River is a river that flows into the Tapajos in the Amazon rainforest of Brazil. Rio Cupari is in the eastern part of the Amazon River basin. The river flows through the Itaituba I national forest, 220.639 ha 545.210 acres sustainable ...

Curua River (Amazon River)

The Curua River is a river of Para state in north-central Brazil. The river basin lies partly within 4.245.819 ha 10.491.650 acres Grao-para ecological station, the largest fully protected conservation unit of the tropical forests on the planet. ...

Curua River (Iriri River)

The Curua River is a tributary of the Iriri River in Para state in north-central Brazil. It is a tributary of the Iriri River. The river flows through Tapajos-Xingu moist forests Ecoregion. The river rises in 342.192 ha 845.570 Ares Nascentes da ...

Curua Una River

The Curua Una River is a river of Para state in north-central Brazil, a right tributary of the Amazon River. The river flows through Tapajos-Xingu moist forests Ecoregion. Part of the basin is national forest Tapajos and 549.067 ha 1.356.770 acre ...

Curuaes River

The Curuaes River is a river of Para state in north-central Brazil. It is a right tributary of the Curua River in the Xingu River basin. The river rises in 342.192 ha 845.570 Ares Nascentes da Serra do Cachimbo biological reserve, a strictly prot ...

Curuça River (Para)

The river flows from south to north past the town of Curuça, Para. It is joined from the left by the Furo Maripanema, an arm of the Mocajuba River. The mangroves along the river are protected by the Mãe Grande de Curuça Extractive Reserve.

Cururu River (Tapajos River)

The Cururu River is a river of Para state in north-central Brazil. It is a right tributary of the Tapajos, the mouth is located on the eastern side of the Tapajos about 15 km north of the Juruena–Teles Pires junction. The river flows through the ...

Das Tropas River

The Das Tropas River is a river of Para state in north-central Brazil. It is a right tributary of the Tapajos River, the mouth is located on the eastern side of the Tapajos about 200 km after the Juruena–Teles Pires junction. The river flows thro ...

Fresco River

The Fresco River is a river of Para state in north-central Brazil. It is a right tributary of Xingu River, which it joins at São Felix do Xingu. River Fresco-Blackwater. Your pool in the Xingu-Tocantins-Araguaia moist forests Ecoregion.

Guajara River (Amazon)

The Guajara River is a tributary of the Amazon River in the state of Para, Brazil. The river passes through 1.288.720 ha 3.184.500 acres Verde para Sempre extractive reserve, sustainable use of specially protected area, created in 2004, before fl ...

Guajara River (Marajo)

The Guajara River is one of the main rivers of the 194.868 hectares 481.530 acres Terra Grande-Pracuuba Extractive Reserve, a sustainable use conservation unit created in 2006. It flows south into the Para River, which connects the Amazon River t ...

Guama River

The Guama River is located in northeast Para state in north-central Brazil. Its mouth forms the southern border of the state capital, Belem. Its watershed drains an area of 87.389.54 km 2. The navigability is feasible in the last 160 km of the ri ...

Ipiranga River (Para)

The Ipiranga River is a tributary of the Iriri River in Para state in north-central Brazil. The river rises in 342.192 ha 845.570 Ares Nascentes da Serra do Cachimbo biological reserve, a strictly protected area established in 2005. This is one o ...

Ipitinga River

The Ipitinga River is a river of Para state in north-central Brazil, a tributary of the Jari River. Part of the river basin is located in the Maicuru biological reserve.