Table List of locations along the Paran�-Paraguay Waterway relevant to this study



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List of locations along the Paran�-Paraguay Waterway relevant to this study.1 _____________________________________________________________________________ Location 2 Km _____________________________________________________________________________ Downstream of Upper Paraguay River Buenos Aires, Argentina, port of 0 Diamante, Argentina, port of 533 Santa F�, Argentina, port of 592 Corrientes, Argentina, port of 1208 Confluencia (confluence of Paran� and Paraguay rivers) 1240 Bermejo river, on the Lower Paraguay river, mouth of 1321 Tebicuary river (the boundary between Lower and Middle Paraguay rivers), mouth of 1381 Pilcomayo river, on the Middle Paraguay river (the boundary between Argentina and Paraguay), mouth of 1619 Asunci�n, Paraguay, port of 1630 _____________________________________________________________________________ Along Upper Paraguay River Apa river, the boundary between Paraguay and Brazil, mouth of 2172 Porto Murtinho 2235 Tarum�, Passo 2251-52 Fecho dos Morros 2271-73 Barranco Branco 2322 Nabileque river, inferior mouth 2344 Rebojo Grande, Passo 2538-40 Coimbra, Passo 2553-54 Forte Coimbra 2561 Piuvas Inferior, Passo 2573-74 Piuvas Superior, Passo 2577-78 Conselho, Passo do, beginning 2607 Nabileque river, superior mouth 2607 Conselho, Passo do, end 2609 Porto Esperan�a 2628 Eurico Dutra Bridge 2630 Figueirinha, Passo 2633-35 Miranda river, mouth of 2662 _____________________________________________________________________________ Table 4. Continued.1 _____________________________________________________________________________ Location 2 Km _____________________________________________________________________________ Porto da Manga 2686 Miguel Henrique, Passo 2712-15 Formigueiro, Passo, beginning 2722 Old Taquari river, mouth of 2723 Formigueiro, Passo, end 2724 Rabicho, port of 2740 Ladario 2755 Corumb�, port of 2762 Canal Tamengo, mouth of 2762 Faia, Passo 2803-04 S�o Francisco, Passo 2906-07 S�o Francisco 2908 Rufino, Passo 2937-38 Piuva Inferior, Passo 2952-53 Piuva Superior, Passo 2954-56 Amolar Pass, beginning 2961 Mandior� Lake, mouth of 2963 Amolar, Passo, end 2963 Amolar 2966 Cuiab� river, mouth of 2988 Ref�gio das Tr�s Bocas 2994 Ponta do Morro (exit of Ga�ba Lake) 3030 Ga�ba Lake, entrance to 3034 Bela Vista do Norte 3047 Porto Concei��o 3182 Japuira, Passo 3267-68 Descalvados, Passo 3301-02 Descalvados 3303 Paratudal, Passo 3310 Presidente, Passo 3320 Morro Pelado, Passo 3322-24 Baia das Eguas, Passo 3332-33 Corich�o, Passo 3335-36 _____________________________________________________________________________ Table 4. Continued.1 _____________________________________________________________________________ Location 2 Km _____________________________________________________________________________ Baiazinha, Passo 3340-43 Beicudo, Passo 3345-46 Barranco Vermelho, Passo 3349 Soldado, Passo do 3350-52 Tucum, Passo 3356-57 Bote, Passo 3359-60 Cambara, Passo 3360-62 Jauru Pass, beginning 3363 Old Jauru River, mouth of 3365 Jauru, Passo, end 3366 Acuri, Passo 3366-68 Sim�o Nunes Inferior, Passo 3372-73 Sim�o Nunes Superior, Passo 3375-77 Passagem Velha, Passo 3403-06 Retiro Velho, Passo 3411-12 C�ceres 3441 C�ceres, port of 3442 _____________________________________________________________________________ 1Source: INTERNAVE (1990). 2Bolded entries correspond to gaging stations listed in Table 2. Table 13. Maximum seasonal water surface elevation at Ladario, 1900-95.1 _____________________________________________________________________________ Year Month Date Gage level (cm) Water surface elevation (m) _____________________________________________________________________________ 1900 06 25 432 86.47 01 06 10 439 86.54 02 06 04 500 87.15 03 05 16 271 84.86 04 06 03 500 87.15 05 05 11 662 88.77 06 05 06 561 87.76 07 07 13 369 85.84 08 07 23 369 85.84 09 05 27 277 84.92 10 03 23 200 84.15 11 06 21 217 84.32 12 06 17 510 87.25 13 04 08 639 88.54 14 07 10 357 85.72 15 04 12 151 83.66 16 07 25 326 85.41 17 06 14 513 87.28 18 07 22 345 85.60 19 07 08 300 85.15 20 05 12 637 88.52 21 04 07 607 88.22 22 06 13 426 86.41 23 06 14 550 87.65 24 07 04 341 85.56 25 07 20 230 84.45 26 06 18 547 87.62 27 07 02 407 86.22 28 07 08 287 85.02 29 06 04 531 87.19 30 06 06 520 87.35 31 06 03 550 87.65 32 05 21 598 88.13 33 05 16 511 87.26 _____________________________________________________________________________ Table 13. Continued.1 _____________________________________________________________________________ Year Month Date Gage level (cm) Water surface elevation (m) _____________________________________________________________________________ 1934 07 01 399 86.14 35 06 11 574 87.87 36 06 14 226 82.41 37 07 11 243 84.58 38 06 08 160 83.75 39 06 16 201 84.16 40 06 12 503 87.18 41 05 28 196 85.11 42 06 28 525 87.40 43 06 23 503 87.18 44 06 10 201 84.16 45 06 19 524 87.41 46 07 15 415 86.30 47 07 08 457 86.72 48 06 26 192 85.07 49 05 03 532 87.47 50 06 08 507 87.22 51 06 26 415 86.30 52 07 02 465 86.80 53 06 30 286 85.01 54 07 12 442 86.57 55 06 30 264 84.81 56 08 02 430 86.45 57 07 11 416 86.31 58 06 24 501 87.16 59 05 07 591 88.06 60 05 25 492 87.07 61 06 21 434 86.51 62 06 10 225 84.40 63 06 19 447 86.62 64 04 01 133 85.48 65 07 07 274 84.89 66 05 22 248 84.63 67 04 24 163 85.78 _____________________________________________________________________________ Table 13. Continued.1 _____________________________________________________________________________ Year Month Date Gage level (cm) Water surface elevation (m) _____________________________________________________________________________ 1968 06 06 205 84.20 69 05 31 180 83.95 70 06 16 213 84.28 71 05 28 265 84.80 72 05 25 187 84.02 73 06 18 209 84.24 74 05 25 543 87.58 75 07 16 433 86.48 76 06 22 485 87.00 77 04 20 552 87.67 78 05 02 536 87.51 79 03 24 628 88.41 80 04 18 617 88.32 81 05 19 546 87.61 82 04 21 652 88.67 83 05 10 536 87.51 84 05 23 507 87.22 85 04 15 607 88.22 86 06 27 433 86.48 87 06 07 499 87.14 88 04 17 664 88.81 89 05 13 612 88.27 90 06 26 450 86.65 91 05 27 549 87.64 92 06 17 538 87.53 93 05 18 516 87.31 94 07 12 394 88.09 95 04 14 656 88.71 _____________________________________________________________________________ 1 Source: DNAEE (Departamento Nacional de �guas e Energia El�trica), Brasilia, and CPRM (Companhia de Pesquisa de Recursos Minerais), Rio de Janeiro. Table 14. Minimum seasonal water surface elevation at Ladario, 1900-94.1 _____________________________________________________________________________ Year Month Date Gage level (cm) Water surface elevation (m) _____________________________________________________________________________ 1900 12 01 172 83.87 01 11 04 112 83.27 02 12 25 135 83.50 03 10 03 031 82.46 04 11 07 200 84.15 05 12 28 190 84.05 06 11 22 085 83.00 07 11 25 145 83.60 08 10 29 202 84.17 09 10 07 021 82.36 10 10 17 -046 81.69 11 11 02 028 82.43 12 11 12 153 83.68 13 12 22 100 83.15 14 12 16 074 82.89 15 10 06 -031 81.84 16 11 14 026 82.41 18 01 02 078 82.93 182 11 18 102 83.17 19 11 14 127 83.42 20 12 21 294 85.09 22 01 07 142 83.57 222 11 23 102 83.17 24 02 18 197 84.12 242 11 18 034 82.49 25 10 08 110 83.25 26 12 22 148 83.63 27 11 29 050 82.65 28 11 13 090 83.05 29 12 06 138 83.53 30 11 06 155 83.70 32 01 14 217 85.32 322 11 30 202 85.17 33 12 07 118 83.33 _____________________________________________________________________________ Table 14. Continued.1 _____________________________________________________________________________ Year Month Date Gage level (cm) Water surface elevation (m) _____________________________________________________________________________ 1934 11 26 135 83.50 36 02 22 172 83.87 362 10 27 -013 82.02 37 11 22 037 82.52 38 09 19 -027 81.88 39 10 23 -021 81.94 40 12 09 113 83.28 41 10 16 000 82.15 43 01 02 095 83.10 44 02 12 137 83.52 442 10 05 -039 81.76 45 12 11 104 83.19 46 12 06 088 83.03 47 12 24 086 83.01 48 10 01 -018 81.97 49 10 31 059 82.74 50 11 21 102 83.17 51 12 06 087 83.02 52 12 15 096 83.11 53 11 17 057 82.72 54 12 16 082 82.97 55 11 30 007 82.22 56 12 12 156 83.71 57 11 05 174 83.89 58 12 18 236 84.51 59 12 30 153 83.68 60 12 12 150 83.65 61 12 24 085 83.00 62 11 30 010 82.25 64 01 12 030 82.45 642 09 15 -061 81.54 65 11 22 059 82.74 66 10 15 -004 82.11 67 10 12 -053 81.62 _____________________________________________________________________________ Table 14. Continued.1 _____________________________________________________________________________ Year Month Date Gage level (cm) Water surface elevation (m) _____________________________________________________________________________ 1968 10 18 -021 81.94 69 09 28 -053 81.62 70 12 28 -019 81.96 71 09 20 -057 81.58 72 10 09 000 82.15 73 10 19 -002 82.15 74 12 02 128 83.43 75 11 23 136 83.51 76 12 15 217 84.32 77 12 18 218 84.33 78 12 05 195 84.10 79 12 17 177 83.92 80 12 19 220 85.35 81 12 06 171 83.86 82 12 20 245 84.60 83 12 29 234 84.51 84 12 01 247 84.62 86 01 03 150 83.65 862 12 13 124 83.39 87 11 24 129 83.44 88 12 07 136 83.51 89 12 06 205 84.20 90 12 20 190 84.05 92 01 10 228 84.43 93 01 11 321 85.36 932 12 15 130 83.45 94 11 23 134 83.51 _____________________________________________________________________________ 1 Source: DNAEE (Departamento Nacional de �guas e Energia El�trica), Brasilia, and CPRM (Companhia de Pesquisa de Recursos Minerais), Rio de Janeiro. Table 16. Sediment discharge measurements, Upper Paraguay river at C�ceres. 1 _____________________________________________________________________________ Date Liquid Sediment Sediment discharge discharge concentration (m3/s) (tons/day) (mg/liter) _____________________________________________________________________________ 25MAR77 709 12207 199 27MAY77 585 13272 262 30JUN77 421 7051 194 19JUL77 306 7377 279 28AUG77 246 5362 252 17SEPT77 232 6531 326 25OCT77 271 7359 314 20NOV77 349 15300 507 31JAN78 930 13452 167 16FEB78 618 8061 151 06MAR78 963 14973 180 22MAR78 911 9651 123 08MAY78 624 20256 376 13MAY78 666 22655 394 10JUN78 557 13804 287 10JUL78 395 6190 181 03AUG78 305 6310 239 09SEPT78 260 1864 83 09OCT78 253 1443 66 03NOV78 388 10946 326 05DEC78 480 5690 137 03JAN79 977 4540 54 11FEB79 1236 5875 55 26MAR79 1188 7183 70 10APR79 1094 5172 55 19MAY79 695 3605 60 08JUN79 544 2998 64 04JUL79 434 1577 42 09AUG79 334 1895 66 04SEPT79 315 1265 46 02OCT79 372 2156 67 05NOV79 374 2472 76 _____________________________________________________________________________ Table 16. Continued.1 _____________________________________________________________________________ Date Liquid Sediment Sediment discharge discharge concentration (m3/s) (tons/day) (mg/liter) ____________________________________________________________________________ 05DEC79 315 2040 75 03JAN80 701 2760 45 01FEB80 990 3917 46 09MAR80 1565 3993 29 01APR80 991 12674 150 07MAY80 760 18730 285 01JUN80 724 13540 216 02JUL80 422 2147 59 01AUG80 329 1567 55 05SEPT80 299 2018 78 01OCT80 322 1298 47 03NOV80 345 1242 42 15DEC80 581 4080 81 19JAN81 1013 39662 453 01FEB81 1379 4690 39 05MAR81 1021 7535 85 01APR81 997 4333 50 12MAY81 606 1460 28 26JUN81 408 1783 51 10AUG81 287 1202 48 05OCT81 302 1239 47 14DEC81 521 2440 54 02FEB82 895 24051 311 _____________________________________________________________________________ 1 Source: DNOS, DNAEE, and Hidrologia S. A. (unpublished data). Table 17. Sediment discharge measurements, Upper Paraguay river at Porto Esperan�a.1 _____________________________________________________________________________ Date Liquid Sediment Sediment discharge discharge concentration (m3/s) (tons/day) (mg/liter) ____________________________________________________________________________ 03APR77 3520 160 020 526 28MAY77 4152 172 469 481 04JUN77 4223 103 238 283 18AUG77 2730 77 263 327 16SEPT77 2383 72 821 353 07OCT77 1979 63 809 373 17NOV77 1642 127 336 897 06DEC77 1426 59 946 486 13JAN78 1816 94 025 599 02FEB78 3207 102 809 371 27MAR78 2802 93 364 385 05MAY78 3382 66 867 229 12MAY78 3853 125 559 377 23JUN78 3142 68 467 252 09JUL78 2776 63 622 265 09OCT78 1578 22 406 164 22DEC78 1505 7 709 59 23JAN79 2388 11 248 54 20FEB79 2950 11 063 43 17MAR79 5881 30 768 60 11APR79 5312 17 046 37 09MAY79 4469 18 888 49 19JUN79 3718 12 359 38 20JUL79 3146 19 445 72 30AUG79 2568 8 552 39 26SEPT79 2174 20 033 107 25OCT79 1833 16 889 107 15NOV79 1561 8 287 61 28DEC79 1701 8 540 58 11JAN80 1770 8 000 52 _____________________________________________________________________________ Table 17. Continued.1 _____________________________________________________________________________ Date Liquid Sediment Sediment discharge discharge concentration (m3/s) (tons/day) (mg/liter) ____________________________________________________________________________ 23FEB80 2160 12 060 65 31MAR80 3813 34 480 105 03APR80 5623 46 804 96 16MAY80 5078 20 379 46 26JUN80 3754 17 357 53 10JUL80 3536 9 116 30 06AUG80 2866 9 780 39 06SEPT80 2250 10 086 52 04OCT80 2062 10 381 58 18NOV80 1853 13 050 81 16DEC80 1378 11 073 93 23JAN81 2416 77 990 373 01FEB81 2827 11 190 46 26MAR81 3315 26 705 93 01APR81 3573 17 005 55 22MAY81 4220 18 491 51 11JUL81 3803 5 998 18 24JUL81 3332 3 483 12 17SEPT81 2327 36 030 179 30SEPT81 2060 31 968 179 16NOV81 1565 14 226 105 27NOV81 1460 13 523 107 _____________________________________________________________________________ 1 Source: DNOS, DNAEE, and Hidrologia S. A. (unpublished data). Table 19. Measured average flow depths along Upper Paraguay river.1,2 _____________________________________________________________________________ Station No. of data points Minimum Mean3 Maximum Range _____________________________________________________________________________ C�ceres 95 1.25 3.12 4.78 3.53 Descalvados 22 1.84 2.93 3.72 1.88 Porto Concei��o 29 3.83 5.09 6.60 2.77 Bela Vista do Norte 39 2.69 4.00 6.52 3.83 Ref�gio das Tr�s Bocas --upstream 17 2.08 3.40 5.13 3.06 --downstream 17 3.71 4.55 5.45 1.74 Amolar 28 2.34 5.43 7.82 5.48 Porto S�o Francisco 53 4.77 7.16 9.32 4.55 Ladario 100 3.29 5.24 8.57 5.28 Porto da Manga 46 4.19 7.32 9.79 5.59 Porto Esperan�a 82 5.94 8.39 12.02 6.08 Forte Coimbra 32 5.49 11.74 17.44 11.95 Barranco Branco 28 5.50 8.54 12.87 7.37 Fecho dos Morros 74 4.60 7.15 11.67 7.08 Porto Murtinho 33 8.83 12.28 15.74 6.91 _____________________________________________________________________________ 1 Source: DNOS (1974), DNAEE, and Hidrologia S. A. (unpublished data). 2 Average depths, in meters, were obtained by dividing measured flow area by measured top width. 3 Value shown is the mean of all measurements. Table 20. List of passes (shallows) along Upper Paraguay river.1 _____________________________________________________________________________ Reach/Name Km. Start Km. End _____________________________________________________________________________ Porto Murtinho-Fecho dos Morros 2235 2271 _____________________________________________________________________________ Passo Tarum� 2251 2252 _____________________________________________________________________________ Fecho dos Morros-Barranco Branco 2271 2322 _____________________________________________________________________________ Passo Camb� Nup� 2 2281 Passo Jos� Kir� 2 2295 _____________________________________________________________________________ Barranco Branco-Forte Coimbra 2322 2561 _____________________________________________________________________________ Passo Curu�u Cancha 2 2350 Passo do Cururu 2470 2471 Passo Mbigu� 2 2531 Passo Rebojo Grande 2538 2540 Passo Coimbra 2553 2554 _____________________________________________________________________________ Forte Coimbra-Porto Esperan�a 2561 2628 _____________________________________________________________________________ Passo Piuvas Inferior 2573 2574 Passo Piuvas Superior 2577 2578 Passo Gaivota 2 2603 2605 Passo do Conselho 2607 2609 _____________________________________________________________________________ Porto Esperan�a-Porto da Manga 2628 2686 _____________________________________________________________________________ Passo Jacar� 2 2630 2633 Passo da Figueirinha 2633 2635 Passo Caraguat� 2 2660 _____________________________________________________________________________ Table 20. Continued.1 _____________________________________________________________________________ Reach/Name Km. Start Km. End _____________________________________________________________________________ Porto da Manga-Ladario 2686 2755 _____________________________________________________________________________ Passo Miguel Henrique 2712 2715 Passo do Formigueiro 2722 2724 Passo de Santana (Jatob�) 2 2729 2730 _____________________________________________________________________________ Ladario-Porto S�o Francisco 2755 2908 _____________________________________________________________________________ Passo da Faia 2803 2804 Passo Domingos Ramos Inferior 2 2831 Passo Domingos Ramos Superior 2 2834 Passo Tucano 2 2863 Passo S�o Francisco 2906 2907 _____________________________________________________________________________ Porto S�o Francisco-Amolar 2908 2966 _____________________________________________________________________________ Passo Coqueiro 2 2920 Passo Rufino 2937 2938 Passo Piuva Inferior 2952 2953 Passo Piuva Suferior 2954 2956 Passo Amolar 2961 2963 _____________________________________________________________________________ Amolar-Porto Concei��o 2966 3182 _____________________________________________________________________________ Passo Capit�o Fernandes 2 3147 3148 _____________________________________________________________________________ Porto Concei��o-Descalvados 3182 3303 _____________________________________________________________________________ Passo Quebra Mastro 2 3266 3267 Passo Japuira 3267 3268 Passo Descalvados 3301 3302 Table 20. Continued.1 _____________________________________________________________________________ Reach/Name Km. Start Km. End _____________________________________________________________________________ Descalvados-C�ceres 3303 3442 _____________________________________________________________________________ Passo Paratudal 3310 Passo Descalvadinho 2 3311 Passo Papagaio 2 3317 Passo Presidente 3320 Passo Morro Pelado 3322 3324 Passo Baia das Eguas 3332 3333 Passo Corich�o 3335 3336 Passo Baiazinha 3340 3343 Passo do Bei�udo 3345 3346 Passo Barranco Vermelho 3349 Passo do Soldado 3350 3352 Passo Tucum 3356 3357 Passo do Pote 3359 3360 Passo Cambar� 3360 3362 Passo Jauru 3363 3366 Passo Acuri 3366 3368 Passo Sim�o Nunes Inferior 3372 3373 Passo Sim�o Nunes Superior 3375 3377 Passo do Alegre 2 3393 Passo Passagem Velha 3403 3406 Passo Retiro Velho 3411 3412 Passo da Ponte 3440 3441 _____________________________________________________________________________ 1 Source: INTERNAVE (1990) 2 Source: Marinha do Brasil (1974, and revisions). Table 21. Estimation of length of hypothetical M1 water surface profile (backwater) upstream of Amolar and Porto da Manga.1 _____________________________________________________________________________ Station _____________________________________________________________________________ Property Units Amolar Porto da Manga _____________________________________________________________________________ Mean annual discharge m3/s 943 1340 Bottom width, estimated 2 m 300 300 Side slope, estimated m 1:1 1:1 Channel slope 3 cm/km 1.82 2.06 Channel slope m/m 0.0000182 0.0000206 Manning friction coefficient n 4 - 0.015 0.02 Normal depth (yn) m 4.296 6.113 Downstream depth increase (Dy) 5 m 0.470 0.440 Downstream depth (yn + Dy) m 4.766 6.553 _____________________________________________________________________________ Amolar Distance to Porto Concei��o 6 km 216 - Length of M1 profile (95 % of Dy) km 225 - Distance to Descalvados 6 km 337 - Length of M1 profile (99 % of Dy) km 339 - Distance to C�ceres 6 km 476 - _____________________________________________________________________________ Porto da Manga Distance to Amolar 6 km - 280 Length of M1 profile (95 % of Dy) km - 280 Distance to Bela Vista do Norte 6 km - 361 Length of M1 profile (99 % of Dy) km - 417 Distance to Porto Concei��o 6 km - 496 _____________________________________________________________________________ 1 Based on direct step method, assuming a prismatic channel and a 0.001 m depth interval (Chow, 1959). 2 From Table 1. 3 From Table 12. 4 Average measured value, based on streamflow data from DNOS (1974), DNAEE, and Hidrologia S. A. 5 Taken from Section 3.3.1. 6 Distance measured along the river.


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