Juncal River

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Juncal River
Location
CountryChile
Physical characteristics
Mouth 
 - location
Aconcagua River
Length35 km (22 mi)[1]

The Juncal River is a river of Chile. It has its source at the Juncal Norte Glacier, which originates at the summit of the Nevado Juncal. The upper Juncal River watershed is 220 square kilometers in area, of which 13.7 square kilometers is within Parque Andino Juncal, a private protected area and a Ramsar site.[2][3] The river is joined by the Blanco River to form the Aconcagua River. The Juncalillo, one of its tributaries, receives the outflow of Laguna del Inca.

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  1. ^ Niemeyer, Hans (1980). "Hoyas hidrográficas de Chile. Quinta Región" (PDF). Ministerio de Obras Públicas. Dirección General de Aguas. Retrieved 11 November 2018.
  2. ^ "Parque Andino Juncal | Servicio de Información sobre Sitios Ramsar". rsis.ramsar.org (in Spanish). Retrieved 2017-04-24.
  3. ^ "Parque Andino Juncal". Parque Andino Juncal (in Spanish). Retrieved 2017-04-24.