Juruena

Juruena

 

a river in central Brazil, a left tributary of the Tapajós River, which is a right tributary of the Amazon. Length, about 1,000 km. The Juruena rises in the Sierra dos Parecis and flows through the sparsely settled Brazilian Plateau to the north, forming rapids and waterfalls. The Juruena is fed by rainwater, with high water from March to April and low water from August to October.

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The network connects the municipalities of Nova Monte Verde, Juruena and Castanheira and form an optical ring to guard the telecom network serving the entire region reaching the municipalities of Sinop, Alta Floresta and Lucas do Rio Verde.
It took 20 days to get this image' ZIG KOCH took this image of butterflies near the Augusto Falls in Juruena National Park, Brazil.
Isler 1 ISL, Parker 2 ISL, Whitney 3 ISL, Zimmer 5 ISL), R bank Rio Juruena opposite mouth Rio Bararati (Whitney 1 ISL), mouth of Rio Sao Benedito (Whittaker 1 ISL), mouth of Rio Sao Tome (Whitney 2 ISL); Rondonia: Rio Caracol (Whitney 1 ISL), R bank Rio Jiparana opposite Palmeiras (Whitney 3 ISL), Serra dos Pacaas Novos (Whittaker 3 ISL), Palmeiras (Whitney 4 ISL), Porto Velho (Whitney 6 ISL), Fazenda Rancho Grande (Zimmer 3 ISL).
Ranchers and farmers are also encroaching on the lands of the Enawene-Nawe, a tribe with just 500 members in Mato Grosso state, while the Juruena River, which they depend on for fish, is slated for hydroelectric projects.
Brazil: Estado de Mato Grosso: MNRJ 11670, holotype; MNRJ 11671, 5 paratypes; UFRJ 2102, 6; UFRJ 2103, 5 (c & s); small stream tributary of rio Mutum, at crossing with road BR-364, 51 km from Vilhena, rio Juruena drainage, rio Tapajos basin; K.
Other linguists proposed different centres of origin: Loukotka (1929: map; 1935; 1950), between the Juruena and the Arinos rivers; Childe (1940), the sources of the Xingu and the Upper Araguaia; Migliazza (1982), between the Ji-Parana and the Aripuana, tributaries of the Madeira; Urban (1992), for the Tupian stock between the Madeira and the Xingu, closer to the sources than to the valleys, for the Tupi-Guarani family between the Madeira and the Xingu.
The Aldebaran Project, consists of approximately 10,000 hectares in southeastern Amazonas State between the famous colonial-era Tapajos and Juruena gold fields.
Regional geochemical sampling programmes were undertaken over the Santana JV area and Juruena project areas.
loricata, shown far too extensively through interior Bahia, and ranging well into northern coastal Sao Paulo); of White-breasted Antbird (Rhegmatorhina hoffmannsi) crossing (and extensively so) the Rio Juruena into northern Mato Grosso; of Serra do Mar Tyrannulet (Phylloscartes difficilis) occurring all along the coast of southeast Brazil where known from only a few scattered points high in the mountains; and of showing the threatened Black-and-white Monjita (Xolmis dominicanus) over much too wide an area in Rio Grande do Sul (it was never known to be so amply distributed, even historically)--are somewhat more frequent.
OMI - TSE,VSE) reports today more promising results from the fire assay analysis of pan concentrate samples taken from the Arrastro Hills, which is located 1 kilometre from the core area at the wholly owned Juruena property in Mato Grosso, Brazil.
BRAZILIAN also controls 100 per cent of the mineral rights of its 50,000 acre Cedro Bom property in the Juruena region of the Central Brazil Shield in northern Mato Grosso.
reported today that the most recent positive drill results have expanded the known area of mineralization at its wholly owned Juruena gold project in Mato Grosso, Brazil.