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Mangatangi River

Mangatangi river, or Mangatangi stream, originates on the Eastern slopes of the Hunua ranges in New Zealand and flows approximately in a southerly direction until it joined the stream Ruaotehuia North of state highway 2 between Mangatawhiri and M ...

                                               

Meola Creek

Meola Creek is a waterway in Auckland, New Zealand. It is located in the integrated catchment #1 in Auckland the drainage network of the city. The catchment consists largely of a natural valley which descends from the North-East slopes of mount a ...

                                               

Mokihinui River

Mōkihinui river is a river located on the West coast of the South island of New Zealand, about 40 kilometres North of the city. Meridian energy had proposed the Mokihinui hydroelectric project on the river in 2007, but it was cancelled in may 201 ...

                                               

Motueka River

The Motueka river is located in the North of the South island of New Zealand and is a popular tourist destination for water sports and fishing. In Motueka flows 116 km from the mountains, 40 km West of Nelson city in the South-Eastern part of the ...

                                               

Oakley Creek

Oakley Creek is a Creek in Auckland, New Zealand. While heavily human-modified, it has a number of important ecological functions, such as the former Auckland citys only natural waterfall. The least modified sites, mostly natural channels and sig ...

                                               

Oparara River

Ōpārara river is a river on the West coast of the South island of New Zealand. He is best known for the limestone ledges cut in the Oparara basin. Rivers and most tributaries originate in the ranks of the Fenian in the Kahurangi National Park whe ...

                                               

Opotoru River

River Opotoru river Waikato region of New Zealand North island. It flows North, reaching the Raglan harbour to the South-West of the town of Raglan. There is no regular pollution control, but the 38 kilometers of the river has been fenced to prot ...

                                               

Pakoka River

River Pakoka river in the Waikato region of New Zealand North island. It flows southwest from its source to the South-East of Raglan to the North-Eastern tip of stay in the Harbor. Watershed is just over 86 kilometers of waterways.

                                               

Piako River

The Piako river is a river system estuary, which flows into the Bay of the Firth of Thames on the North island of New Zealand. Together with the Waihou river, this is one of two major systems, rivers, drains the Hauraki plains. It is the dominant ...

                                               

Puniu River

The river Puniu river Waikato region of New Zealand North island. As a tributary of the river WAIPA, and a length of 57 kilometers, it is one of the longest tributaries to the middle New Zealand. In Puniu, first flowing North from sources in the ...

                                               

Rangitata River

River Rangitata is one of the braided rivers that helped form the Canterbury plains in southern New Zealand. It flows Southeast for 120 kilometres from the Southern Alps, entering the Pacific ocean 30 kilometres northeast of Timaru. The river has ...

                                               

Retaruke River

The Retaruke river is a river in the North island of New Zealand. It joins with the Whanganui river just above wades landing and exiting the city is located in taumarunui. The river flows through rural communities of the upper, then the lower par ...

                                               

Selwyn River / Waikirikiri

The river has its origins in the Southern Alps and flows East for 80 kilometres, 50 miles before emptying into lake Ellesmere / te Waihora South of banks Peninsula. Terrace cliffs above the upper reaches of the rivers gave the city its name White ...

                                               

Taieri River

The Taieri river is the fourth longest river in New Zealand and in Otago in the South island. Rising in the Lammerlaw range, it flows North, then East on the rock and a number of post before turning Southeast, reaching the sea 30 km South of the ...

                                               

Tamaki River

The Tamaki river or estuary, mainly in the hand and the mouth port of the Hauraki Gulf in Auckland, New Zealand. It extends South for 15 kilometres from its mouth between the suburb of Saint Heliers and the long thin Peninsula beach Auckland that ...

                                               

Tangahoe River

River Tangahoe river of the Taranaki region of New Zealands North island. It flows generally southwest from its origins in the mountains to the East of lake Rotorangi, reaching the Tasman sea in the South Taranaki Bay 5 km South-East of Hawera.

                                               

Waiapu River

The river Waiapu river in the Gisborne district of the North island of New Zealand, with a total length of about 130 kilometers. Found in the North-East of the Waiapu valley, it flows North-East from the beginning of the river Mata river and the ...

                                               

Waihao River

The Waihao river is a natural watercourse in the Canterbury region of the South island of New Zealand. It flows into Wainono lagoon near Studholme. In New Zealand, the Ministry for culture and heritage gives the translation "the water is clean fi ...

                                               

Waihorotiu Stream

Waihorotiu, sometimes called the Waihorotiu stream and Queen street, the river, is a Creek, which ran down the Queen street Gully in Auckland, New Zealand, in the Waitemata harbour. He has long since closed and put underground urbanization of the ...

                                               

Waimate Creek

Weimar Creek is a natural watercourse in the southern Canterbury region of New Zealands South island. The original Maori name was Te Waimatemate, which means "slowly moving waters".

                                               

Waingaro River (Tasman)

River thermal river of the Tasman region of the South island of New Zealand. River, thermal, first flows East, straight down the valley formed by the southern slopes of the Snowdon range and North flanks of the Lockett range in Kahurangi national ...

                                               

Waingaro River (Waikato)

River thermal river Waikato region of New Zealand North island. It flows generally southwest from its origins near Glen Afton and Glen Massey, West Ngāruawāhia, to reach the North of Raglan harbour. Its main tributary is Kahuhuru flow, which is h ...

                                               

Wainuiomata River

Word is Wayne-o-Mat is the name of the Maori consist of elements Wai-water, Nui big, and On the Mat, which can refer to the name of the woman. The origin of the name remains controversial, but one common explanation refers to the women who came t ...

                                               

Waipa River

The WAIPA river in the Waikato region of the North island of New Zealand. The headwaters in the rangitoto island range East of Te Kuiti. It flows North for 115 kilometres, passing through Otorohanga and Pirongia, before flowing into the Waikato r ...

                                               

Wairoa River (Bay of Plenty)

In the mid-1970s the Tauranga Joint generation Committee proposed a hydroelectric power scheme on the river Wairoa. Newly Kaimai canoe club opposed the scheme on the titles to water rights, it was on the grounds that it would destroy fishing, spo ...

                                               

Wairoa River (Hawkes Bay)

The Wairoa river from the Hawkes Bay region in New Zealand runs South for 65 kilometres from the inland East coast region of the North island, West of Gisborne, before flowing into Northern hawke Bay at the town of Wairoa. The full Maori name of ...

                                               

Waita River

Waita river is on the West coast of the South island of New Zealand. It flows mostly West to reach the Tasman sea 10 kilometres North-East of the mouth of the river Haast. The river originates on the Western slopes of the ridge Mataketake and pas ...

                                               

Waitahanui River

The Waitahanui river is one of the three main rivers that flow into lake Taupo in other rivers Tongariro and Tauranga-river-Taupo. In Waitahanui flows from the foothills of Kaimanawa ranges and passes state highway 1, as the river passes through ...

                                               

Whangamarino River

River Whangamarino river lowland Waikato region of the North island of New Zealand, draining wetlands, Whangamarino and associated catchment farm. The river merges with the Waikato river just North of meremere good. The main tributary is the Mara ...

                                               

Wharemauku Stream

In the Wharemauku stream is a stream on the Kapiti coast of New Zealands North island. Its headwaters are in the Maungakotukutuku valley, and it flows through Paraparaumu beach and Raumati beach before reaching the Tasman sea on the Northern side ...

                                               

Whau River

River Wau is a wellhead sleeve South-Western Waitemata harbour in Auckland Metropolitan area in New Zealand. It flows North for 5.7 kilometres from its origin at the confluence of the Avondale stream and wow the stream to its mouth between the Te ...

                                               

Rivers of the Chatham Islands

                                               

Taieri River

                                               

Tuma River

Moskva river-the river is in Nicaragua. Tum length is 180 kilometers. River, a left tributary of the Rio Grande de Matagalpa, is located in the Jinotega and Matagalpa departments, to the North of the Caribbean coast Autonomous region and the Sout ...

                                               

Wawa River (Nicaragua)

Wawa river is a river located in the North Caribbean Autonomous region of Nicaragua, which drains into the Caribbean sea. It flows South-East through North-East Nicaragua on the Mosquito coast. The river connects the Laguna de karata, South of Pu ...

                                               

Mmamu River

The origin story of Mmamu as one Jude Orji community surrounded by mystery, as a goddess, was associated with a man named Mmaku. As a result, the name of the city was said to have been received from deity. In those days, the story goes, was triba ...

                                               

Ogunpa River

The Ogunpa river system is a third order stream with a channel length of 21.5 km and a catchment area covering 73.3 square miles draining the densely populated Eastern part of Ibadan, Nigeria. In Ibadan South West Nigeria is the largest urban cen ...

                                               

Omi Osun

Omi Osun literally means "Osuns water", is the northernmost tributary to the source of the river Osun in southwest Nigeria. Omi Osun tributary rises from the Eastern sector of the Yoruba hills and flows West into the river Oyì, which then runs So ...

                                               

Chaeryong River

                                               

Bregalnica

The pioneer is the second largest river in Northern Macedonia. It starts as a spring near the mountain city of Berovo and it passes near the cities of makedonska Kamenica, Kocani, Vinica and Stip, before joining the river Vardar on its way to the ...

                                               

Dlaboka River

Dlaboka river, literally means a deep river in Western North Macedonia is located in the Upper river region. It is a left tributary of the river Ribnicka, which is one of the largest tributaries of the river radika. Its source is high on mount Ko ...

                                               

Pcinja (river)

In Pcinja) is a 135 km long river in Serbia and Northern Macedonia, a left tributary of the Vardar river.

                                               

Sateska

The river Sateska is located in the southwestern part of the Republic of Macedonia. Currently, a tributary of lake Ohrid, it originally flowed directly into the river Black Drim, but was redirected in 1961 / 2. Now account for 39.36% of the lake ...

                                               

Altaelva

Altaelva is the third-longest river in OG Troms, Finnmark, Norway. The river begins in the mountains and lakes in Kautokeino municipality, near the border with Troms OG Finnmark and Finland, just South of the National Park flight. Then 240-km the ...

                                               

Balmi River

The Balmy river is a river in the municipality of Fauske in Nordland County, Norway. It flows approximately 6.5 km from one lake into another: from Kjelvatnet at an altitude of 510 metres from North to Langvatnet at the height of 127 metres. The ...

                                               

Bjoreio

In Bjoreio, also known as Bjoreia river in the municipality of Eidfjord in vestland, Norway. The river is 72 km, and it has a catchment area of 627 square kilometers. Its natural average water consumption is 25.2 cubic meters per second, but is m ...

                                               

Bovra

In Bovra, also known as Bævra river in the municipality Surnadal in more Romsdal region of the County and in municipalities Rental and Heim, in the County of Trøndelag, Norway. On the 27-kilometre river flows through the valley and empties into P ...

                                               

Drammenselva

Drammenselva is one of the largest rivers in Norway, with a catchment area of about 17.000 square kilometres 6.600 square miles and drain a 300 cubic meters per second 11.000 cu m / s per second. The Drammen river with a total length of 308 km 19 ...

                                               

Driva

The river passes through Drive Trøndelag and møre og Romsdal County in Norway. The headwaters lie in the Dovrefjell mountains in the South, where it flows to the North, down the valley to the services in the municipality of Oppdal. When the river ...

                                               

Gudbrandsdalslågen

In Gudbrandsdalslågen begins in the lake Lesjaskogsvatnet or Lesjavatn, which is located in the municipality of Lesja in the Internal. Lesjavatn is the only lake in Norway which has two outputs, they get two of the more famous rivers of Norway. I ...

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