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Amur river

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Amur river

  1. 1. amurriver Chan Ee Hong Chay Hui Xiang
  2. 2. Where in the world is Amur river ??
  3. 3. This is Asia
  4. 4. This is Asia Amur river is here
  5. 5. Out of the 175 longest rivers in the world, Amur river is the tenth longest river in the world.
  6. 6. But what EXACTLY does that mean?
  7. 7. 175 Tagus Here’s the shortest
  8. 8. 139 Kapuas 140 Desna 140 Helmand 140 Madre de Dios 140 Tietê 140 Vychegda 145 Sepik 146 Cimarron 147 Anadyr 147 Paraíba do Sul 149 Jialing River 150 Liard 151 Cumberland 152 White 153 Huallaga 153 Kwango 155 Gambia 156 Chenab 157 Yellowstone 158 Ghaghara 159 Huai River 160 Aras 161 Chu River 162 Seversky Donets 163 Bermejo 164 Fly 165 Guaviare 166 Kuskokwim 167 Tennessee 168 Vistula 169 Aruwimi 170 Daugava 171 Gila 172 Loire 173 Essequibo Keep Going...
  9. 9. 104 Yamuna 105 Vyatka 106 Fraser 107 Mtkvari (Kura) 108 Grande 109 Brazos 110 Cauca 111 Liao 112 Yalong 113 Iguaçu 113 Olyokma 115 Northern Dvina – Sukhona 116 Krishna 116 Iriri 117 Narmada 118 Lomami 119 Ottawa 120 Zeya 121 Juruena 122 Upper Mississippi 123 Rhine 124 Athabasca 124 Elbe–Vltava 126 Canadian 127 North Saskatchewan 128 Draa 129 Vaal 130 Shire 131 Nen 132 Kızıl River 133 Green 134 Milk 135 Chindwin 136 Sankuru 137 Red (Asia) Getting there...
  10. 10. 60 Xingu 61 Orange 62 Northern Salado 63 Vitim 68 Stony Tunguska 69 Pechora 70 Kama 71 Limpopo 72 Guaporé 73 Indigirka 74 Snake 75 Senegal 76 Uruguay 77 Murrumbidgee River 77 Blue Nile 77 Churchill 77 Khatanga 77 Okavango 77 Volta 83 Beni 84 Platte 85 Tobol 86 Jubba–Shebelle 87 Içá 88 Magdalena 89 Han 90 Oka 91 Pecos 92 Upper Yenisei -- Little Yenisei (Kaa-Hem) 93 Godavari 94 Colorado 95 Río Grande 96 Belaya 97 Cooper–Barcoo 98 Marañón Getting longer in length...
  11. 11. 31 Zambezi 32 Vilyuy 33 Araguaia 34 Ganges–Hooghly–Padma 35 Amu Darya -- Panj 36 Japurá 37 Nelson–Saskatchewan 38 Paraguay 39 Kolyma 40 Pilcomayo 41 Upper Ob -- Katun 42 Ishim 43 Juruá 44 Ural 45 Arkansas 46 Olenyok 47 Dnieper 48 Aldan 49 Ubangi–Uele[14] 50 Negro 51 Columbia 52 Colorado (western U.S.) 53 Pearl – Zhu Jiang 54 Red (USA) 55 Ayeyarwady 56 Kasai 57 Ohio–Allegheny 58 Orinoco 59 Tarim 60 Xingu 61 Orange 62 Northern Salado 63 Vitim 64 Tigris 65 Songhua Almost there now...
  12. 12. 1 Nile – Kagera 2 Amazon – Ucayali – Apurímac 3 Yangtze 4 Mississippi–Missouri–Jefferson 5 Yenisei–Angara–Selenge 6 Yellow River 7 Ob–Irtysh 8 Paraná – Río de la Plata 9 Congo–Chambeshi 10 Amur–Argun 11 Lena 12 Mekong 13 Mackenzie–Peace–Finlay 14 Niger 15 Murray–Darling 16 Tocantins–Araguaia 17 Volga 18 Shatt al-Arab – Euphrates 19 Madeira–Mamoré–Grande–Caine–Rocha 20 Purús 21 Yukon 22 Indus 23 São Francisco 24 Syr Darya – Naryn 25 Salween 26 Saint Lawrence 27 Rio Grande 28 Lower Tunguska 29 Brahmaputra–Tsangpo 30 Danube–Breg Here’s it 4444km long!
  13. 13. The Nile is a major north-flowing river in North Eastern Africa, generally regarded as the longest river in the world. It is 6,650 km long.
  14. 14. The mouth of Amur river is the Strait of Tartary. The longitude and latitude of it is 50°0′N 140°30′E.
  15. 15. The sources of Amur river are the Ingoda and Onon rivers.
  16. 16. Historical river development of
  17. 17. In November 1997, agreements were signed in 1991 and 1994 between Russia and China.
  18. 18. Disputes about borders have largely been eliminated but the two governments continued disagreeing for 50 more years over islands near Khabarovsk.
  19. 19. Measures have regularly been discussed since 1994, with agreements between 1994 and 1999.
  20. 20. The last border agreement, signed in December 1999, settled the dispute which called for the development of the Amur River region.
  21. 21. Ports along the Amur river have since been to trade for shipping companies of both countries. DECLARED OPEN
  22. 22. UPPER COURSE
  23. 23. above sea level. It is located in Khentti Province. Khentti mountains that reach to a height of 2045 METERS
  24. 24. Khentti Province
  25. 25. MIDDLE COURSE
  26. 26. Ox-bow lakes Confluences
  27. 27. BOTTOM COURSE
  28. 28. many tributaries joining the main river
  29. 29. AND
  30. 30. Land getting very gentle
  31. 31. MAN-MADE FEATURES HUMAN SETTLEMENTS OR
  32. 32. Khabarovsk bridge
  33. 33. The Khabarovsk Bridge was a railway bridge
  34. 34. that carried the Trans-Siberian Railway across the Amur River near Khabarovsk, Russia.
  35. 35. It was the longest bridge in Soviet Union and Asia for decades.
  36. 36. However, a year after construction began on July 30, 1913 the First World War broke out
  37. 37. The bridge was finally completed on October 5, 1916.
  38. 38. Environmental Issues
  39. 39. Floods
  40. 40. More than 20,000 people evacuated from flood-stricken areas in Russia's far east where the Amur river burst its banks after heavy rain.
  41. 41. The army and emergency workers set up temporary shelters across three regions, providing life necessities.
  42. 42. The Amur and Khabarovsk regions are worst affected.
  43. 43. Both the Amur river and a major tributary, the Zeya, have flooded huge areas in what is said to be the region's worst flooding in 120 years.
  44. 44. The damage so far has reached $91m.
  45. 45. Experts suggest the flooding will worsen for the next few days and the weather forecast promises more rain. The flood waters are expected not to fully recede until September.
  46. 46. BENEFITS
  47. 47. The reason why Oyashio provides us of rich fish resources is that this current contains large amount of nutrients indispensable for phytoplankton growth, which is fundamental of marine ecosystem.
  48. 48. Problems?
  49. 49. Since 1896, floods have been burdening the residents living near Amur river. Recently, the Amur river flood surpassed the 1984 height record with 43.37 metres and also affected some 170000 people.
  50. 50. References http://cyfbergeo.revues.org/4141 http://ih3.redbubble.ne http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-23753065 http://sustain.oia.hokudai.ac.jp/2008/01/post_6.php http://www.gettyimages.com
  51. 51. Acknowledgements http://www.computerhope.com/issues/ch001016.htm http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_the_Internet http://www.walthowe.com/navnet/history.html http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9hIQjrMHTv4

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