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For the river in Brazil, see Biá River.
|Countries||Ghana, Ivory Coast|
|Length||300 km (186 mi)|
|Basin||9,300 km2 (3,591 sq mi)|
|- average||83 m3/s (2,931 cu ft/s)|
The Bia is a river that is situated primarily in Ghana and flows through Ghana and Ivory Coast. A hydroelectric dam was built across the Bia at Ayamé in 1959, causing the formation of Lake Ayame.
- Ghana: Rivers and Lakes
- Lake Ayame. mnhn.fr.
- Konan F K, Edia E O, Bony Y K, Ouattara A and Gourène G 2013: Fish assemblages in the Bia river-lake system (south-eastern Ivory Coast): A self-organizing map approach. Livestock Research for Rural Development. Volume 25, Article #13. Retrieved November 21, 2014
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