Napo River Research Paper

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Napo River, In Spanish Río Napo, is the river in between northeastern Ecuador and northeastern Peru. It flows from the eastern top of the Andes in Ecuador and goes down eastward to the Peruvian border. There it turns southeastward and continues through dense tropical rain forests, joining the Amazon River approximately 50 miles (80 km) downstream from Iquitos. Many have explored the Napo River, like the Spanish soldier and Amazon explorer Francisco de Orellana in 1540 and then by the Portuguese Amazon explorer Pedro Teixeira in 1638, the Amazon river is the largest on the planet and it provides most of our fresh water. The whole Napo river is a white water river type. Typically, these rivers have high levels of total suspended sediments and
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