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*  Mithi River
The Mithi River also known as "'Mahim River"' is a river on Salsette Island, the island of the city of Mumbai, India. It is a ... Environment portal Ecology portal Mumbai portal List of rivers of India Rivers of India Seven Islands of Bombay "Mithi river ... The river is seasonal and rises during the monsoons. The overflowing lakes also contribute to the river flow, which is stopped ... The river has been polluted by dumping of raw sewage, industrial waste and municipal waste into the river. Besides this, ...
*  Central-West Region, Brazil
In the height of the drought, from June to September, the lack of rain makes the level of the River Araguaia go down and brings ... Dividing the States of Mato Grosso, Mato Grosso do Sul and Goiás, the Araguaia River attracts numerous fishermen from all parts ... The city Bonito, in the mountain of Bodoquena, has prehistoric caverns, natural rivers, waterfalls, swimming pools and the Blue ... cut by the Paraguai River. Its fauna and flora riches draw the attention of the world. In the same state, it's possible to take ...
*  Great Dayton Flood
Dayton was founded along the Great Miami River at the convergence of its three tributaries, the Stillwater River, the Mad River ... The river and its tributaries overflowed. The existing levees failed, and downtown Dayton was flooded up to 20 feet (6.1 m) ... The Great Miami River watershed covers nearly 4,000 square miles (10,000 km2) and 115 miles (185 km) of channel that feeds into ... The Great Miami River overflowed the levee along Monument Avenue, near the Main Street Bridge, collapsing the levee and sending ...
*  Waikato River
Te Awa River Ride follows over 50 km (31 mi) of the river from Horahora, near the end of the Waikato River Trails, via ... The remains of the old river path can be clearly seen at Hinuera where the cliffs mark the ancient river edges. The river's ... The Waikato River is the longest river in New Zealand, running for 425 kilometres (264 mi) through the North Island. It rises ... The Waipakihi River joins the Waikato from the Kaimanawa Mountains to the west. From the point where the river meets the ...
*  Ord River Floodplain
The Ord River floodplain is the floodplain of the lower Ord River in the Shire of Wyndham-East Kimberley, in the Kimberley ... The lower Ord River contains a high density of salt water crocodiles. The mangroves support at least six species of microbat, ... The upper reaches of the Ord River are permanently fresh; the lower reaches, when not in flood, become saline due to the tidal ... It lies downstream of two large impoundments on the Ord River, Lakes Argyle and Kununurra, which have had a major impact on the ...
*  Ross River fever
... is a mosquito-borne infectious disease caused by infection with the Ross River virus. The illness is typically ... Australian Family Physician: Ross River virus Russell RC, Doggett SL. "Ross River & Barmah Forest". Department of Medical ... Ross River Fever is on the Australian Department of Health and Ageing's list of notifiable diseases. The virus is not ... Over 30 species have been implicated as possible vectors, but the major species for Ross River Fever are Culex annulirostris in ...
*  Great Kwa River
The river originates in the Oban Hills, in the Cross River National Park, and flows southwards to the Cross River estuary. Its ... also called Kwa Ibo River or Kwa River) flows through Cross River State, Nigeria, draining the east side of the city of Calabar ... The University of Calabar covers a 17-hectare (42-acre) site between the Great Kwa River and the Calabar River. The university ... A 2008 study of Vibrio bacteria in shellfish in the Great Kwa River estuary showed that the water was constantly faecally ...
*  Manawatu River
The Manawatū River is a major river of the lower North Island of New Zealand. The river has its headwaters to the northwest of ... The river, along with the more northern Whanganui River, gives its name to the Manawatū-Whanganui region. The river's name ... Haunui was in pursuit of his wife and arrived at this river clutching his chest when he named this river. The river is unique ... it is one of the country's greatest rivers in terms of flow, and second only to the Waikato River among North Island rivers. ...
*  Fish disease and parasites
A recent study in British Columbia links the spread of parasitic sea lice from river salmon farms to wild pink salmon in the ... Infection risk of anisakis is particularly higher in fishes which may live in a river such as salmon (shake) in Salmonidae, ... when exposed in river estuaries containing large numbers of open-net farms, many young wild salmon are infected, and do not ... stocks from the middle and upper reaches of large river systems in British Columbia such as Fraser, Skeena, Nass and from ...
*  River
Mature river: A river with a gradient that is less steep than those of youthful rivers and flows more slowly. A mature river is ... Lists of rivers List of international border rivers List of rivers by continent List of rivers by discharge List of rivers by ... The rivers load further erodes its banks and the river bed. Over time, this will deepen the river bed and create steeper sides ... Old river: A river with a low gradient and low erosive energy. Old rivers are characterized by flood plains. Examples are the ...
*  Queensland lungfish
It is potentially at risk in much of its core distribution in the Burnett and Mary Rivers, as 26% of these river systems are ... It is negatively buoyant and if it falls to the lake or river bed, it is unlikely to survive to hatching. The female has a ... The Queensland lungfish is native only to the Mary and Burnett River systems in south-eastern Queensland. It has been ... The dams would change the flow of the rivers, eliminating the slow, shallow areas the fish need for spawning. Scientists ...
*  Emanuel Rivers
... is a physician born and raised in River Rouge, Michigan which is a suburb of Detroit, MI. He is board certified ... "Emanuel P. Rivers, M.D., M.P.H. - Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit Area". henryford.com. Retrieved 22 June 2016. Rivers, Emanuel; ... Rivers has published extensive work in the field of shock, sepsis and resuscitation. Emanuel Rivers is Vice Chairman and ... Rivers' practice and research are based out of the Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, MI. Rivers' interests include the ...
*  Marcellus Rivers
... (born October 26, 1978) is a former American football tight end. He was originally signed by the New York ... Marcellus Rivers played on the Houston Texans, New England Patriots, and the New York Giants. After retiring, he took up ...
*  Caryl Rivers
"Caryl Rivers". Bu.edu. Caryl Rivers; Rosalind Chait Barnett (April 9, 2006). "The Myth of 'The Boy Crisis'". The Washington ... Caryl Rivers (June 16, 2006). "A feminist success story". The Boston Globe. Caryl Rivers (October 1, 1997). "Millennial Woman: ... Caryl Rivers is an American novelist and journalist. Her 1984 novel Virgins was a New York Times Best Seller and sold millions ... Rivers is a professor of journalism at Boston University. In 1979 she and historian Howard Zinn were among a group of Boston ...
*  Garland Rivers
Rivers has coached at Timken, McKinley and GlenOak. As of 2012[update], he worked for Indian River School. Rivers was inducted ... Rivers started 12 of the 13 games his senior season for the Big Ten Conference champions and was one of three All-Americans ( ... Rivers was drafted by the Detroit Lions of the National Football League with the eighth pick of the fourth round (92nd overall ... Rivers, who wore #13 as a Wolverine, started 32 consecutive games until a shoulder injury caused him to end the streak. He ...
*  Pearl Rivers
... (1873). Lyrics. BiblioBazaar, LLC (2008 reprint). ISBN 0-554-56958-2. Adrian Room (2010). "Pearl Rivers". ... who wrote under the nom de plume Pearl Rivers, was a United States journalist and poet. She took the name from the Pearl River ... After the war she began submitting her work to newspapers and magazines under the pseudonym "Pearl Rivers", and her poems were ... ISBN 978-0-516-26242-0. Don Wicks (2007-05-21). "Pearl Rivers". In Nancy Jacobs. Mississippi Writers and Musicians. Lamar W. ...
*  Abijah Rivers
"Abijah Rivers". soccerway.com. Retrieved April 20, 2012. Abijah Rivers at National-Football-Teams.com. ... Abijah Rivers (born 25 March 1988) is a Caymanian footballer who plays as a defender. He has represented the Cayman Islands at ...
*  Rivers Jobe
... (1950 - 1979) was a British bass player known for being a member of Anon, one of the two bands which merged to form ... "Rivers Jobe , Credits". AllMusic. Retrieved 2015-04-05. "A tribute to Mike Colman". Anthonyphillips.co.uk. Retrieved 2015-04-05 ...
*  Haywood Rivers
"Haywood Rivers". Genealogy Bank. Retrieved 1 December 2013. Jacqueline Francis, "Rivers, Haywood ("Bill")."Black Artists. ... Haywood "Bill" Rivers was born in Morven, North Carolina on May 8, 1922. He attended the Art Students League of New York from ... Bill Rivers received awards and honors to recognize his talent: Gretchen H. Hutzler Award, 1948, Baltimore Museum Annual Prize ... Haywood "Bill" Rivers (May 8, 1922, Morven, North Carolina, USA - December 27, 2001 ) was an African American contemporary ...
*  Big Rivers
The Murray Darling and Swan Hill regions span the state border (the Murray River), and are partly in Big Rivers zone in New ... It extends east along the Murray River past Albury. Parkes and Forbes are towns near the northeastern corner. "Big Rivers". ... Big Rivers is a grape growing zone in Australia. It covers the southwestern corner of the state of New South Wales. The zone ... The area enclosed in the Big Rivers zone is bounded by the state boundaries with South Australia and Victoria. It extends as ...
*  Jared Rivers
"Rivers flows to Geelong". afl.com.au. Retrieved 19 October 2012. Laughton, Max (24 August 2015). "Jared Rivers forced to retire ... Jared Rivers's profile on the official website of the Geelong Football Club Jared Rivers's statistics from AFL Tables. ... Rivers is considered a master of the one percenter. He has also been able to sneak forward on many occasions in the 2006 season ... 2008 saw Rivers succumb to another injury, this time with a torn abdominal against the Magpies in the annual Queens Birthday ...
*  Rivers Inlet
The main rivers feeding Rivers Inlet are the Kilbella River and its tributary, the Chuckwalla, and the 3km Wannock River, which ... Rivers Inlet was named by George Vancouver for George Pitt, 1st Baron Rivers (1721-1803). Two of his men, Peter Puget and ... Rivers Inlet is a fjord in the Central Coast region of the Canadian province of British Columbia, its entrance off Fitz Hugh ... Rivers Inlet was a major fishing area with huge salmon runs. Three canneries dotted the shorelines until their closure by ...
*  Jarrett Rivers
"RIVERS RETURNS TO SPARTANS". Pitchero Non-League. 1 August 2016. Retrieved 29 August 2016. "Games played by Jarrett Rivers in ... Rivers played youth football for Middlesbrough; after he was released he began working in a factory but quit after only one day ... Rivers combined his non-league football career with a part-time job working in his mother's newsagents shop. After impressing ... Jarrett Anthony Rivers (born 10 September 1993) is an English professional footballer who plays for Blyth Spartans as a right ...
*  Megan Rivers
... (born 10 October 1980) is an Australian field hockey player who competed in the 2008 Summer Olympics and 2012 ... "Megan Rivers". Olympics at Sports-Reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 25 May 2012. ...
*  Chris Rivers
Rivers started pursuing a hip hop career when he was eighteen. Chris Rivers began his music career in 2002 as a member of a ... "Chino XL & Chris Rivers Join Saint Joe On "Homicide Fetish"". The Source. Retrieved 2016-09-09. "Chris Rivers". Allmusic. ... Rivers is the son of Christopher Lee Rios, better known as Big Pun, and his wife, Liza Rios. He is the youngest of three ... Chris Rivers has had collaborations with various artists including Wu Tang Clan, The Lox, Termanology, Vinnie Paz, Chino XL, ...