Magdalena River


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Noun1.Magdalena River - a river that rises in the Andes mountains in southwestern Colombia and flows generally northward to empty into the Caribbean Sea at BarranquillaMagdalena River - a river that rises in the Andes mountains in southwestern Colombia and flows generally northward to empty into the Caribbean Sea at Barranquilla
Colombia, Republic of Colombia - a republic in northwestern South America with a coastline on the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea; achieved independence from Spain in 1821 under the leadership of Simon Bolivar; Spanish is the official language
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(A) Canonical discriminant analysis (CDA) between altered seasons and reference, based on functional feeding groups (FFG) of macroinvertebrates and environmental variables, and (B) CDA between altered seasons and reference, based on life habits of macroinvertebrates and environmental variables in four Andean creeks tributaries of Nare and Guatape Rivers, Magdalena River system, Colombia.
In addition to the mountain ranges, I got a glimpse of Colombia's main water source, Magdalena River. The water is so clear and clean enough that you can see the bottom of the riverbed, a rare sight nowadays.
Contract Awarded to declare void a 2.5tn-peso a project to maintain navigation conditions on the Magdalena river project reached a milestone, as the finance ministry approved the new PPP's financial model.
Built on an island on the wide Magdalena river, the town's colonial beauty inspired Gabriel Garcia Marquez, the Colombian magic-realist partly setting his "General in his Labyrinth" there.
Vertical distribution of suspended sediment in the mouth area of the Magdalena River, Colombia
Genetic diversity and population structure of bocachico Prochilodus magdalenae (Pisces, Prochilodontidae) in the Magdalena River basin and its tributaries, Colombia.
The selected study case is a small port terminal in the Magdalena river in Colombia.
Barranquilla (BAQ) is situated at the mouth of the Magdalena River, a navigable river extending over 600 miles into the interior of Colombia.
In the context of vector borne diseases, the mechanical translocation and subsequent adaptation of vectors between endemic and non-endemic areas is a common phenomenon that can lead to the introduction of infection; for example, it is well documented that the mosquito Aedes aegypti, vector of Yellow fever, Dengue, Chicungunya and Zika viruses was shipped by steamers along the Magdalena River from Cartagena in the 1880s (1).
Certainly, he suggests, the boatmen (bogas) of the Magdalena River occupied uniquely privileged spaces within the nation, despite the almost routine antipathy, stereotyping, and discrimination to which they were subjected from the traveling elites who had no option but to use their labor and services, under conditions and at the pace that were chosen by the boatmen.
Knowledge and Trades in the Fluvial Culture along the Banks of the Upper Magdalena River in Colombia