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Guaviare

 

in its upper course called the Guayabero, a river in Colombia (South America), left-bank tributary of the Orinoco River. Length, about 1,300 km; basin area, about 140,000 sq km. It rises in the Eastern Cordillera, flows through the Mesa de Pardaos highlands, where it forms three falls, and then through the Orinoco lowlands. The river abounds in rapids; it is fed mainly by rain, and summer freshets are characteristic. It is navigable for small craft from the mouth of a left-bank tributary, the Ariari River (with interruptions at rapids).

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Con la desembocadura del Atabapo y el Guaviare arranca propiamente el Orinoco medio como tramo del gran rio, empezando con un area de drenaje de 254.000 [Km.sup.2], equivalente a 1/4 de la cuenca.
In August last year, the army attacked a FARC base in southern Guaviare province and found the car from which Muramatsu was kidnapped as well as his belongings.
In recent years, coca cultivation has dramatically increased, as aerial eradication--without accompanying alternative development programs--shifted production from Guaviare province in south central Colombia to the Putumayo region along the Ecuadorian border.
The Colombian federal prosecutor's office reports that on July 12, 1997, 15 of Castano's paramilitaries were allowed to land in San Jose del Guaviare en route to Mapiripan (Gomez, 2000).
According to OPIAC's Juaibioy, those companies are already in Guaviare, and are looking at invading Caqueta and Amazona.
When asked about the program, Henderson responds, "You're getting into an area I wouldn't want to see in print." DynCorp personnel at the San Jose del Guaviare military base in southern Colombia told Robberson they were under strict orders not to speak with the press.
They live between the Inirida and Guaviare rivers in the Department of Guaviare.
Where the FARC is stronger (Caquet(, Guaviare, Meta, and Putumayo), the cartels pay taxes and protection money.
Se encuentra localizada en la parte norte del municipio de San Jose del Guaviare (Guaviare, Colombia), en una zona considerada de transicion entre las sabanas orinocenses y la selva amazonica.
The main departments that will benefit are: Caquet, Guaviare, Meta, Antioquia, Putumayo, Choc, Santander and Nario.
434,3 240,7 -44,6 Bolivar 398,6 267,4 -32,9 Boyaca 398,4 202,5 -49,2 Caldas 396,7 187,6 -52,7 Caqueta 638,3 249,9 -60,9 Casanare 464,3 221,4 -52,3 Cauca 413,6 253,6 -38,7 Cesar 251,4 361,3 +43,7 Choco 379,9 327,7 -13,7 Cundinamarca 345,4 206,2 -40,3 Cordoba 352,7 291,8 -17,3 Guainia 491,2 314,4 -36,0 Guaviare 249,2 141,7 -43,1 Huila 461,0 247,6 -46,3 La Guajira 399,1 251,9 -36,9 Magdalena 337,6 274,4 -18,7 Meta 415,5 261,7 -37,0 Narino 229,6 177,9 -22,5 Norte de Santander 412,0 214,1 -48,0 Putumayo 279,4 170,2 -39,1 Quindio 488,5 187,0 -61,7 Risaralda 371,0 207,8 -44,0 San Andres y 242,6 314,8 +29,8 Providencia Santander 327,5 183,8 -43,9 Sucre 293,7 215,2 -26,7 Tolima 429,4 206,7 -51,9 Valle del Cauca 325,1 200,5 -38,3 Vaupes 234,9 385,5 +64,1 Vichada 883,0 198,1 -77,6 Tabla 2.
Para esto, se avaluo la abundancia de las micorrizas bajo coberturas de bosques y pastos en un paisaje fragmentado en San Jose del Guaviare. Encontraron que en bosques (Inga spp.) estaba la mayor cantidad de especies (con un promedio de 68,9%), seguido de los pastos (Brachiaria decumbens) con valores de colonizacion que alcanzaron el 36,2%.