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Apurímac

(apo͞orē`mäk), river, c.430 mi (690 km) long, rising in the Andes, S Peru. It flows generally northwest in a narrow valley. After joining the Mantaro River, the Apurímac becomes the Ene; after joining the Perené River, it becomes the Tambo. When it joins the UrubambaUrubamba
, river, c.450 mi (720 km) long, rising in the Andes Mts., S Peru, and flowing generally north to join the Apurímac River to form the Ucayali. The Urubamba is extensively used for irrigation, and its valley is heavily populated; Cuzco, Peru, is located there.
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 River, it becomes the UcayaliUcayali
, river, c.1,000 mi (1,610 km) long, formed by the confluence of the Apurímac and Urubamba rivers, E Peru, and flowing generally north through a mountain and jungle wilderness to the Marañón River, SW of Iquitos.
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, which is one of the main headstreams of the AmazonAmazon,
Port. Amazonas , world's second longest river, c.3,900 mi (6,280 km) long, formed by the junction in N Peru's Andes Mts. of two major headstreams, the Ucayali and the shorter Marañón.
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. The headwaters of the Apurímac, which rise from glacial meltwater on Nevado Mismi, were determined by a 2000 expedition to the most distant from the mouth of the Amazon.
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Mike Parker, general manager for South American projects at First Quantum, explained the rationale behind this move: "Apurimac is undergoing profound changes with the influence of Las Bambas and nearby Constancia in Cusco to some extent.
Despues de introducir las caracteristicas generales del poblamiento prehispanico tardio de las regiones serranas de los Andes Centrales y de hacer una sintesis respecto de los principios vernaculos relacionados con la territorialidad prehispanica y las formaciones socioespaciales asociadas, este articulo expone un estudio de caso del poblamiento del valle del Apurimac en los Andes sur-peruanos.
El objetivo central del presente articulo es abordar la problematica de la deforestacion amazonica, tomando como ejemplo el caso de los agricultores cocaleros del VRAE (Valle del rio Apurimac y del Ene), la segunda region cocalera del Peru, entre los anos 2001 y 2004 (ver figura 1).
Some of the children were taken from villages in the valley where the Apurimac, Ene and Mantaro rivers meet.