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The Amazon system transports the largest volume of water of any river system, accounting for about 20% of the total water carried to ...

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Aug 13, 2018 ... These are the 8 most important things you need to know about the geography of the Amazon River in South America.

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The Amazon River's discharge exceeds that of the next nine largest rivers. .... An expedition in 1971, sponsored by the National Geographic Society, pinpointed ...

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Apr 2, 2010 ... The Amazon is the second largest river in the world. It is in South America and from its origin in the Andes Mountains to its Delta traverses Peru, ...

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What exactly is the Amazon River basin? Learn about the geography, flora and fauna, and climate of one of the most biologically diverse and...

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Some 15 million years ago, before the ANDES MOUNTAINS were formed, the Amazon River flowed westward into the PACIFIC OCEAN. With the uplift of the ...

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The Amazon River has the largest drainage basin in the world, with over 1,000 tributaries flowing into it. It is the second longest river in the world, being 3,250 ...

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Feb 6, 2017 ... Amazon River facts & worksheets. Includes lesson plans & study material resources. Available in PDF & Google Slides format. Great for school ...

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Apr 2, 2019 ... This article describes the Amazon River, its facts and figures, and its past and present. ... River as a Boundary • Geography links ... But the Amazon is one of the widest rivers on Earth, at times six whole miles wide. A full 20 ...

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The Amazon River flows east from the Peruvian Andes across Brazil and empties into the Atlantic Ocean. In 2000, a National Geographic Society expedition ...