Lawa River (Indonesia)

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The Lawa River is a branch of the Mahakam River in eastern Borneo. It is situated entirely within the Kutai Barat regency of East Kalimantan, Indonesia, and flows into the Mahakam approximately 200 km upstream from Samarinda. The indigenous communities of Lotaq and Mejaun are situated near its source.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Community Mapping and Its Implications, Australian National University.