Uraricoera River

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Uraricoera River
Uraricoera River is located in Brazil
Uraricoera River
Uraricoera River (Brazil)
Country Brazil
Basin
River mouth Roraima, Brazil
3°01′50″N 60°29′23″W / 3.030453°N 60.489600°W / 3.030453; -60.489600Coordinates: 3°01′50″N 60°29′23″W / 3.030453°N 60.489600°W / 3.030453; -60.489600
River system Takutu River.

The Uraricoera River (Uraricuera) is a river of Roraima state in northern Brazil.

Part of the river's basin is in the Roraima National Forest.[1] The Maracá Ecological Station was established by presidential decree on 2 June 1981. The station consists of the island of Maracá between the Santa Rosa and Maracá branches of the Uraricoera River in the municipality of Boa Vista, Roraima, with an area of 101,312 hectares (250,350 acres).[2]

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  1. ^ Unidade de Conservação: Floresta Nacional de Roraima (in Portuguese), MMA: Ministério do Meio Ambiente, retrieved 2016-05-19 
  2. ^ Presidência da República (2 June 1981), DECRETO Nº 86.061, DE 2 DE JUNHO DE 1981. Cria Estações Ecológicas, e dá outras providências., retrieved 2016-04-16