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confluence

[′kän‚flü·əns]
(hydrology)
A stream formed from the flowing together of two or more streams.
The place where such streams join.
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Ignoring those confluences without view of land and after thinning out the poles region which has an impropriate density of degree intersections, still 16'194 confluences are considered as worthwhile visiting--in the following denoted as "primary confluences"
Cape Disappointment State Park is the first of seven Confluence Project sites along the Columbia River Basin in Washington and Oregon, stretching 450 miles from the Idaho border to the Pacific Ocean.
Degree Confluence is a masterpiece of PHP and mySQL coding that allows for interactions with other sites including Mapquest (for street maps) and Terraserver (for aerial maps of the United States) as well as links to the antipode, or exact opposite side of the globe, for each confluence and navigation to adjacent confluences.
Clearly, the power of this slender book is its gift for discerning the origins and confluences of events.
The publication is called Confluence and, as one might pick up from Quercus' publishing rationale, the themes gravitate towards the political, with a decidedly leftist, anti-globalization gut instinct that runs an updated Marxist flag up the pole every morning.
3 /PRNewswire/ -- The Confluence Project has raised almost 70 percent of its fundraising goal, generating more than $17.
River Confluences and the Fluvial Network brings together state of the art thinking on confluence dynamics tributary impacts and the links between processes at these scales and river network functions.
Contract notice: Servicing, maintenance and multi-operation of confluence museum.
The Confluence Project is leading the creation of public artworks at key points along the Columbia River Basin that mark important confluences of rivers and ecosystems as well as Native American and Euro-American cultures.
As such, we often recommend taking advantage of such confluences when given the opportunity.
today will unveil the model and vision for the Fort Vancouver land bridge, the first of six interpretive artworks to be constructed at various confluences along the Columbia River Basin.