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Manicorezinho River

The Manicorezinho River is a river of Amazonas state in north-western Brazil, a tributary of the Manicore River. The river flows through 359.138 ha 887.450 Manicore acres biological reserve, created by decree in may 2016 a week until the time of ...

Mariepaua River

The river defines the western boundary of the 589.611 hectares 1.456.960 acres Juma Sustainable Development Reserve, created in 2006 to support sustainable extraction of forest resources by the traditional population. Two new species of fish have ...

Marimari River

Marimari River is tributary of the Abacaxis River in Amazonas state in north-western Brazil. It merges into the Abacaxis River shortly before the latter merges into the Parana Uraria.

Mataura River

Mataura River is a river of Amazonas state in north-western Brazil. It is a tributary of the Madeira River, and merges into this river roughly halfway between the towns of Manicore and Novo Aripuanã.

Matupiri River

The Matupiri River forms in the 217.109 hectares 536.490 acres Rio Amapa Sustainable Development Reserve where the Jutai and Novo rivers converge. The Matupiri River runs through the centre of the Matupiri State Park from southwest to northeast, ...

Maues Açu River

Maues Açu River is a river of the northwest Brazilian state of Amazonas. The upper course of the river is known as Parauari River. It is located east of the Madeira River and south of the Amazon River. It is connected to both these, as well as se ...

Meeting of Waters

The Meeting of Waters is the confluence between the dark Rio Negro and the pale sandy-colored Amazon River, referred to as the Solimões River in Brazil upriver of this confluence. For 6 km the two rivers waters run side by side without mixing. It ...

Mucuim River

The Mucuim river flows through the Mapinguari National Park, a 1.776.914 hectares 4.390.850 acres conservation unit created in 2008. To the north of the national park it is crossed by the Trans-Amazonian Highway BR-230, then runs through the Bala ...

Mutum River (Amazonas)

The Mutum River is a river of Amazonas state in north-western Brazil. It is a tributary of the Jutai River. In 2.450.380 ha 6.055.000 acres Cujubim sustainable development reserve, established in 2003, lies on both sides of the river in the munic ...

Nhamunda River

Nhamunda River or Jamunda River is a river in northern Brazil, which marks part of the northeastern boundary between states of Amazonas and Para. The 300 km long Nhamunda river originates in the plateau Serra do Jatapu near the division of the Br ...

Novo River (Matupiri)

The Novo River Portuguese: Rio Novo is a river of the state if Amazonas, Brazil. It is one of the headwaters of the Matupiri River. River Matupiri forms in 217.109 ha 536.490 acres Rio Amapa sustainable development reserve where the river Jutai a ...

Paraconi River

The Paraconi River is a river in the state of Amazonas in north-western Brazil. It is located east of the Madeira River and these two are connected via the Parana Uraria. Through the Parana Uraria it is also connected to several other smaller riv ...

Parana do Uraria

The Parana do Uraria is a river of Amazonas state in north-western Brazil. It is a side channel that connects the Madeira River and Amazonas River. The Maues Açu, Apoquitaua, Paraconi, Abacaxis and Canumã Rivers all flow into the Parana do Uraria ...

Parauari River

Parauari River is a tributary of the Maues Açu River of Amazonas state in north-western Brazil. It lies about 300 km southeast of Manaus, the capital. The river flows through the Eastern part of the ecological station, Alto Maues. It combines wit ...

Piorini River

Piorini River is a river in Amazonas state in north-western Brazil. It ends in Lake Piorini, which is connected to the Amazon River through a series of canals and swampland. The lake is located north of the Amazon River across from Coari city.

Igapo-Açu River

Igapo-Açu River (Portuguese: Rio Igapo-Açu is a river of Amazonas state in north-western Brazil. It is a left tributary of the Madeira River. The river flows through the Purus-Madeira moist forests Ecoregion.

Riozinho River (Amazonas)

The Riozinho River is a river of Amazonas state in north-western Brazil. It is a tributary of the Jutai River. Riozinho river forms the Eastern border 275.533 ha 680.860 acres of extractive reserve Rio Jutai, flows North to join the river Jutai.

Tapaua River

The Tapaua River is a river of Amazonas state in north-western Brazil. It is a left tributary of the Purus River. The river flows through the Jurua-Purus moist forests Ecoregion.

Tefe River

The Tefe River is a tributary of the Amazon River in Amazonas state in north-western Brazil. Tefe river flows through the Jurua-Purus moist forests Ecoregion. It forms the Eastern boundary of Tefe national forest reserve was established in 1989. ...

Toototobi River

Toototobi River is a river in the Amazon Rainforest of Amazonas, Brazil. It is a tributary of the upper Rio Demini near the headwaters of the Orinoco. The river flows through the territory of Kopenawa near the border of Venezuela. The so-called " ...

Uarini River

The Uarini River is a river of Amazonas state in north-western Brazil. It is a tributary of the Solimões River. Uarini river flows North through 187.982 ha 464.510 acres the Baixo Jurua extractive reserve, created in 2001. It then flows in a roug ...

Uatumã River

The Uatumã River is a river flowing through the state of Amazonas in Brazil. It is a northern tributary of the Amazon River, and known for its extensive peacock bass population. It is a blackwater river. The Uatuma river flows through Trombetas m ...

Umari River

The Umari River is a river of Amazonas state in north-western Brazil, a tributary of the Purus River. The river flows through the national Park Mapinguari, and 1.776.914 ha 4.390.850 hectare conservation unit created in 2008.

Unini River

The Unini River forms where the Agua Preta stream joins the Preto River. It then flows east to the Rio Negro, forming the border between the Rio Unini Extractive Reserve to the north and the Jau National Park to the south. The river basin has abo ...

Urua River

Urua River is a river of Amazonas state in north-western Brazil. The river is located between the Negro River and the Amazon River. The river has been tested for populations of giant otter.

Urubu River (Amazonas)

Urubu River is a river in Amazonas state in north-western Brazil. It is a tributary of the Amazon River, and it branches to the north near the town of Itacoatiara. It is a blackwater river.

Xie River (Brazil)

The Xie River is a river of Amazonas state in north-western Brazil. It is a right tributary of the Rio Negro. The river flows through 7.999.000-ha 19.770.000-acre Alto Rio Negro indigenous territory, established in 1998. The majority of the popul ...

Buranhem River

The Buranhem River - also known as Rio do Peixe - is a watercourse flowing through the states of Minas Gerais and Bahia, in Brazil. It ends its course at the Atlantic Ocean just by the city of Porto Seguro. The city holds a distinctive place in B ...

Caraiva River

The Caraiva River is a river of Bahia state in eastern Brazil. There are mangroves in good condition, at the mouth of the river, which flows into the sea in the Corumbau marine extractive reserve, a protected fishing area 89.597 ha 221.400 acres.

Caravelas River

The Caravelas River is a river that enters the Atlantic ocean in the south of the state of Bahia, Brazil. The community of Caravelas is on the left shore of the river a few kilometres above its mouth. The river flows through Cassuruba extractive ...

Curaça River

The Curaça River is a river of Bahia state in eastern Brazil. Juazeiro is in reality part of a twin city called Petrolina-Juazeiro and it lies on the São Francisco River and the Curaça River.

Jequie River

The Das Almas River, or Jequie River is a river in the state of Bahia, Brazil. It empties into the Atlantic Ocean. In Wenceslau-ecological station of Guimaraes, was created in 1997 to protect the source of the river Das Almas.

De Contas River

The De Contas River is a river of Bahia state in eastern Brazil. In Portuguese, it is sometimes erroneously called Rio das Contas ". It is the main river of the hydrographic basin named after him. Its source is in the clot of the mountain, betwee ...

Frades River (Bahia)

The river has a 436 square kilometres 168 sq mi drainage basin. Its headwaters rise in the eastern foothills of the Vista Alegre and Pinhão serras at altitudes of 400 to 500 metres 1.300 to 1.600 ft. The basin and surrounding watershed cover 2.25 ...

Gongogi River

The Gongogi River is a river of Bahia state in eastern Brazil. It flows through the municipalities of Gongogi, Nova Canaã, Iguai, and Itagiba. It empties into the De Contas River

Alcobaça River (Brazil)

The Itanhem River is a river of Bahia state in eastern Brazil. The Itanhem River, also called the Alcobaça River, cuts through the Bahia municipalities of Alcobaça and Itanhem, and flows into Barra do Itanhem Beach in Alcobaça. It is born from th ...

Itapicuru River

The Itapicuru River is a river in Bahia state of eastern Brazil. The Itapicuru rises in the northern part of the state, and flows east to empty into the Atlantic Ocean.

Itapicuru-Mirim River

The Itapicuru-Mirim River is a river of Bahia state in eastern Brazil. It is an important tributary of the Itapicuru River. Numerous sources in the Sete Passagens State Park supply flows that contribute to Itapicuru-Mirim river.

Jacare River (Bahia, São Francisco River)

The Jacare River is a river of Bahia state in eastern Brazil. It is a tributary of the São Francisco River. The river basin includes part of 46.000 hectares 110.000 hectares of Morro do chapeu state Park, established in 1998.

Jacuipe River (Bahia)

The Jacuipe River is a river of Bahia state in eastern Brazil. It is a tributary of the Paraguaçu River, In the upper part of the basin of the river includes part of 46.000 hectares 110.000 hectares of Morro do chapeu state Park, established in 1998.

Jequitinhonha River

The Jequitinhonha River flows mainly through the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais. Its source lies near Diamantina in the Espinhaço Mountains at an elevation of 1.200 metres, after which it flows northward and then east-northeastward across the up ...

Preto River (Bahia, Grande River)

The Preto River, a tributary of the Rio Grande, is a river of Bahia state in eastern Brazil. The river basin includes part 707.079 ha 1.747.230 acres of the Serra Geral do Tocantins ecological station, in the strictly protected conservation area, ...

Rio Verde Grande

Rio Verde Grande is a river of Minas Gerais state in eastern Brazil, that forms the boundary with Bahia state in its lowest reaches. It is a tributary of the São Francisco River. The caminho States DOS Gerais state Park protects the sources of th ...

Rio Verde Pequeno

Rio Verde Pequeno It is a tributary of the Rio Verde, it demarcates the border between the States of Minas Gerais and Bahia in eastern Brazil.

Salitre River

The Salitre River is a river of Bahia state in eastern Brazil. It is a right tributary of the São Francisco River. The river basin includes part of 46.000 hectares 110.000 hectares of Morro do chapeu state Park, established in 1998.

Sapão River

The Sapão River is a river of Bahia state in eastern Brazil. In Sapao is a tributary of Preto river, state of Bahia. The river basin includes part 707.079 ha 1.747.230 acres of the Serra Geral do Tocantins ecological station, in the strictly prot ...

Una River (Itaete, Bahia)

The Una River is a river of Bahia state in eastern Brazil. It is a small river that starts in Serra Geral and flows near Iramaia before discharging into the Paraguaçu River.

Una River (Una, Bahia)

The Una River is a river of Bahia state in eastern Brazil. It discharges into the Atlantic Ocean between Canavieiras to the south and Ilheus to the north. Tributaries include Aliança and Sao Pedro rivers. Part of the river basin is 18.715 ha 46.2 ...