Pisuerga


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Pisuerga

 

a river in northern Spain, a right tributary of the Douro River. It is 283 km long and drains an area of 14,000 sq km. Originating on the southern slopes of the Cantabrian Mountains, it flows mainly through the Old Castile Plateau. The mean flow rate is 70 cu m per sec; there are freshets in winter and spring. The Pisuerga is used for irrigation. The city of Valladolid is situated on the river.

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Determination and speciation of heavy metals in sediments of the Pisuerga River, Water Research 24: 373-379.
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There are two open-air Solutrean sites (Olga Grande and Cardina) in the Coa Valley of northeastern Portugal, a cave site (Pena Capon) in northwestern Guadalajara near the centre of the Peninsula on the edge of the Sierra de Guadarrama, a more problematic open-air site (Fuente de Porcillas) in the Pisuerga Valley of Valladolid, and old reports of at least one (El Sotillo) found in sand pits now buried under the city of Madrid and whose collections were recently reanalysed.
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Aggregate supply contract for the work of Project Irrigation Improvement and Modernization of the Community Irrigation Canal Pisuerga.
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