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Osimiri Grijalva

Grijalva River

The cliffs at Sumidero Canyon overlook the Grijalva River

Location of Grijalva in Mexico

Native name Río Grijalva or Río Seleguá (Spanish)

Location

Country  Guatemala

 Mexico

Physical characteristics

Mouth  

 • location Gulf of Mexico

 • coordinates 18°36′10″N 92°41′33″W / 18.60278°N 92.69250°W

 • elevation 0 m (0 ft)

Length 480 km (300 mi)

Basin size 134,400 km2 (51,900 sq mi)

Discharge  

 • minimum 87 m3/s (3,100 cu ft/s)

 • average 3,079 m3/s (108,700 cu ft/s)

 • maximum 6,286 m3/s (222,000 cu ft/s)

Osimiri Grijalva, nke a maara n'oge gara aga dị ka Osimiri Tabasco, (Spanish: Río Grijalva), a makwaara dị ka Río Grande de Chiapas, Río Grande na Osimiri Mezcalapa) bụ osimiri dị 480 (300 mi) n'ogologo na ndịda ọwụwa anyanwụ Mexico. A na-akpọ ya aha Juan de Grijalva onye gara ebe ahụ na 1518.[1] A mụrụ osimiri a na Sierra de los Cuchumatanes na ngalaba Huehuetenango na Guatemala, ebe a maara ya dị ka Río Seleguá ma bụrụ otu n'ime osimiri kachasị mkpa na mba ahụ.

Osimiri ahụ na-esi na Río Grande de Chiapas na ndịda ọwụwa anyanwụ Chiapas na-esi Chiapas na steeti Tabasco gafee Sumidero Canyon banye na Bay of Campeche. Malite dị ka "Río Grande de Chiapas" ma ọ bụ "Río Mezcalapa", mgbe e mesịrị, a na-akwụsị Río Grande na Angostura Dam (Mexico), otu n'ime ọdọ mmiri kachasị ukwuu na Mexico, mgbe ahụ a na-akpọ ya ugbu a "River Grijalva". Mmiri mmiri osimiri ahụ bụ 134,400 km2 (51,900 mi) n'ogo.[2] N'ihi njikọ chiri anya na Osimiri Usumacinta (ha abụọ jikọtara, na-asọba na Gulf of Mexico n'otu delta), a na-elekarị ha anya dị ka otu ọdọ mmiri, Osimiri Grijalva-Usumacinta.[3] Río Grande de Chiapas na-arịgo na Sierra de los Cuchumatanes, Huehuetenango; na Guatemala na-enweta aha "River Selegua" ma bụrụkwa nnukwu osimiri.[4]

Mgbe ọ na-esi n'Ọdọ Mmiri Nezahualcoyotl, ọdọ mmiri aka mere nke mmiri Malpaso Dam mepụtara, Osimiri Grijalva na-aga n'ebe ugwu na n'ebe ọwụwa anyanwụ, na-agbakọta na ókèala steeti Chiapas-Tabasco. Ọ na-agafe Villahermosa (ebe, na 2001, e wuru àkwà mmiri ọhụrụ iji gafee osimiri ahụ) ma na-abanye na Gulf of Mexico, ihe dịka kilomita 10 (6.2 mi) n'ebe ugwu ọdịda anyanwụ Frontera. Osimiri ahụ nwere ike ịgafe site na ụgbọ mmiri na-adịghị omimi maka ihe dịka 100 mi (160 km) n'elu mmiri.

Ihe ngosi[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

Hụkwa[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

  • Àkwà mmiri Chiapas
  • Ndepụta nke osimiri ndị kasị ogologo na Mexico

Ihe odide[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

  1. Diaz del Castillo, Bernal. The Discovery and Conquest of Mexico. Da Capo Press, 1996. p. 21
  2. Rio Grijalva River Delta, Mexico, North America. www.geol.lsu.edu. The World Delta Database. Retrieved on 27 October 2021.
  3. Contreras-MacBeath, T. (2014). "Richness and endemism of the freshwater fishes of Mexico". Journal of Threatened Taxa 6 (2): 5421–5433. DOI:10.11609/JoTT.o3633.5421-33. 
  4. SECTUR D.F.. JARDÍN GRIJALVA (Spanish). Archived from the original on 22 February 2014. Retrieved on 3 January 2014.