Chamita River

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Rio Chamita[1]
Location
Physical characteristics
Source 
 - locationArchuleta County, Colorado
 - coordinates37°01′59″N 106°41′16″W / 37.03306°N 106.68778°W / 37.03306; -106.68778
Mouth 
 - locationConfluence with Rio Chama
 - coordinates36°51′28″N 106°35′22″W / 36.85778°N 106.58944°W / 36.85778; -106.58944Coordinates: 36°51′28″N 106°35′22″W / 36.85778°N 106.58944°W / 36.85778; -106.58944
 - elevation7,684 ft (2,342 m)
Basin features
ProgressionRio ChamaRio Grande

Rio Chamita is a tributary of the Rio Chama in the United States. The stream flows south from a source in Archuleta County, Colorado to a confluence with the Rio Chama in Rio Arriba County, New Mexico.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Rio Chamita". Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological Survey. Retrieved 2013-05-22.