3 edition of To the source of the Orinoco. found in the catalog.
To the source of the Orinoco.
Microfiche. Ann Arbor, Mich., University Microfilms, 19--. 1 microfiche. 11 x 15 cm. (Human relations area files, HRAF)
|Statement||Translated from the French by H.A.G. Schmuckler. Foreword by Professor Charles Jacob of the French Academy of Sciences|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||190|
Did this well-known river of South America, the primary waterway of Venezuela, flow in the first part of its course from east to west, as the most recent maps indicated, or did it flow from the southwest? At the start in the early s, about 10, tons of soil with ore in it was being mined each day. He reported on the river dolphinsand wrote extensively about the plants and animals he found. It was explored by a French and Venezuelan team. Keywords Annotated Text Side one: Incorporated and its factory built here
River accumulation has built a large number of islands, including Csepel Island near Budapest. To the left lies the low Romanian Plainwhich is separated from the main stream by a strip of lakes and swamps. According to them, the Orinoco's sources are located in that section of Venezuela bordering on Brazil and British Guyana, making this river Venezuelan throughout its entire length. Near TulceaRomania, some 50 miles 80 km from the sea, the river begins to spread out into its delta. Its banks, lined with castles and fortresses, formed the boundary between great empires, and its waters served as a vital commercial highway between nations.
Alexander von Humboldt explored the basin in The facilities have the capacity to producebarrels per day, according to the US Energy Information Administrationbut they are estimated to be producing less thana day. The tributaries in this section are comparatively small and account for only a modest increase in the total runoff. In a biographical sketch of William H. The Guaviare —" "No!
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The Mighty Orinoco tells of a young man's search for his father along the then-uncharted Orinoco River in Venezuela.
According to them, the Orinoco's sources are located in that section of Venezuela bordering on Brazil and British Guyana, making this river Venezuelan throughout its entire length.
Orinoco River near Ciudad Guayana, Venez. The Atures Rapids mark the beginning of the lower Orinoco basin, in which the river makes its great bend to the east. Fine-grained soils form hardpans cemented layers of soilsand in gravel regions, iron-cemented quartz conglomerates underlie the surface.
The mysterious missionary, who may have information on Jean de Kermoor's father, is said to have saved the lives and souls of the Indian tribes in his area.
Miguel, he sided with the geographers of the day. A large quantity of reeds that grow in the shallow-water tracts are used in the manufacture of paper and textile fibres. In the s, Venezuela created four projects to begin to convert its tar sands into a lighter crude, known as syncrude.
He does computer consulting, writes opinion pieces and book reviews, works with mental health consumers and runs a print shop -- but still manages to read at least three books a week. The Northern Andes and the Orinoco River basin and its drainage network.
But M. A peculiarity of the Orinoco river system is the Casiquiare canalwhich starts as an arm of the Orinoco, and finds its way to the Rio Negroa tributary of the Amazonthus forming a 'natural canal' between Orinoco and Amazon.
Alan," Alan is caught singing the song to himself. The riverbed is shallow and marshy, and low terraces stretch along both banks. Miguel, a fine man and very conciliatory by nature. There the river turns to the west to run between high alluvial banks, its course marked by extensive sandbars. It has been harnessed for hydroelectric powerparticularly along the upper courses, and the cities along its banks—including the national capitals of Vienna AustriaBudapest Hungaryand Belgrade Serbia —have depended upon it for their economic growth.
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