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ARGENTINA-RIVER/MURALS
RTXHMK7D
September 16, 2021
Detail view of a mural painted by Argentine artist Martin Ron about the historical drought that has lowered...
San Nicolas, Argentina
Argentine artist reflects Parana River drought in giant murals
Detail view of a mural painted by Argentine artist Martin Ron about the historical drought that has lowered the level of the country's most important river, the Parana, in San Nicolas, Argentina September 16, 2021. Picture taken September 16, 2021. REUTERS/Agustin Marcarian
ARGENTINA-RIVER/MURALS
RTXHMK7F
September 16, 2021
A general view shows murals painted by Argentine artist Martin Ron about the historical drought that...
San Nicolas, Argentina
Argentine artist reflects Parana River drought in giant murals
A general view shows murals painted by Argentine artist Martin Ron about the historical drought that has lowered the level of the Parana River, the country's most important river, in San Nicolas, Argentina September 16, 2021. Picture taken September 16, 2021. REUTERS/Agustin Marcarian
ARGENTINA-RIVER/MURALS
RTXHMK4L
September 16, 2021
Argentine artist Martin Ron poses for a portrait in front of his murals, about the historical drought...
San Nicolas, Argentina
Argentine artist reflects Parana River drought in giant murals
Argentine artist Martin Ron poses for a portrait in front of his murals, about the historical drought that has lowered the level of the country's most important river, the Parana, in San Nicolas, Argentina September 16, 2021. Picture taken September 16, 2021. REUTERS/Agustin Marcarian
ARGENTINA-RIVER/MURALS
RTXHMK4F
September 16, 2021
Argentine artist Martin Ron poses for a portrait in front of a mural that he painted, about the historical...
San Nicolas, Argentina
Argentine artist reflects Parana River drought in giant murals
Argentine artist Martin Ron poses for a portrait in front of a mural that he painted, about the historical drought that has lowered the level of the country's most important river, the Parana, in San Nicolas, Argentina September 16, 2021. Picture taken September 16, 2021. REUTERS/Agustin Marcarian
ARGENTINA-RIVER/MURALS
RTXHMK4K
September 16, 2021
Argentine artist Martin Ron holds his brush next to a mural that he is painting, about the historical...
San Nicolas, Argentina
Argentine artist reflects Parana River drought in giant murals
Argentine artist Martin Ron holds his brush next to a mural that he is painting, about the historical drought that has lowered the level of the country's most important river, the Parana, in San Nicolas, Argentina September 16, 2021. Picture taken September 16, 2021. REUTERS/Agustin Marcarian
ARGENTINA-RIVER/MURALS
RTXHMK4O
September 16, 2021
A person cycles past a mural painted by Argentine artist Martin Ron about the historical drought that...
San Nicolas, Argentina
Argentine artist reflects Parana River drought in giant murals
A person cycles past a mural painted by Argentine artist Martin Ron about the historical drought that has lowered the level of the Parana River, the country's most important river, in San Nicolas, Argentina September 16, 2021. Picture taken September 16, 2021. REUTERS/Agustin Marcarian
ARGENTINA-RIVER/MURALS
RTXHMK4M
September 16, 2021
Birds fly past a mural painted by Argentine artist Martin Ron about the historical drought that has lowered...
San Nicolas, Argentina
Argentine artist reflects Parana River drought in giant murals
Birds fly past a mural painted by Argentine artist Martin Ron about the historical drought that has lowered the level of the country's most important river, the Parana, in San Nicolas, Argentina September 16, 2021. Picture taken September 16, 2021. REUTERS/Agustin Marcarian
PARAGUAY-RIVER/
RTXH5Q9P
September 13, 2021
A boat is pictured on the shore of the Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), which flows down to the Parana...
Lambare, Paraguay
Shores of Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), in Lambare
A boat is pictured on the shore of the Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), which flows down to the Parana River, as the lack of rain in Brazil, where the river originates, has brought water levels down, forcing cargo ships to reduce the amount of grains that are loaded for export, in Lambare, Paraguay September 13, 2021. Picture taken September 13, 2021. REUTERS/Cesar Olmedo
PARAGUAY-RIVER/
RTXH5Q9O
September 13, 2021
Cars are pictured on the shore of the Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), which flows down to the Parana River,...
Lambare, Paraguay
Shores of Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), in Lambare
Cars are pictured on the shore of the Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), which flows down to the Parana River, as the lack of rain in Brazil, where the river originates, has brought water levels down, forcing cargo ships to reduce the amount of grains that are loaded for export, in Lambare, Paraguay September 13, 2021. Picture taken September 13, 2021. REUTERS/Cesar Olmedo
PARAGUAY-RIVER/
RTXH5Q9N
September 13, 2021
Children play in the Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), which flows down to the Parana River, as the lack...
Lambare, Paraguay
Shores of Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), in Lambare
Children play in the Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), which flows down to the Parana River, as the lack of rain in Brazil, where the river originates, has brought water levels down, forcing cargo ships to reduce the amount of grains that are loaded for export, in Lambare, Paraguay September 13, 2021. Picture taken September 13, 2021. REUTERS/Cesar Olmedo
PARAGUAY-RIVER/
RTXH5Q9M
September 13, 2021
Boats are seen on the shore of the Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), which flows down to the Parana River,...
Lambare, Paraguay
Shores of Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), in Lambare
Boats are seen on the shore of the Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), which flows down to the Parana River, as the lack of rain in Brazil, where the river originates, has brought water levels down, forcing cargo ships to reduce the amount of grains that are loaded for export, in Lambare, Paraguay September 13, 2021. Picture taken September 13, 2021. REUTERS/Cesar Olmedo
PARAGUAY-RIVER/
RTXH5Q9I
September 13, 2021
People cross walking the Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), which flows down to the Parana River, as the...
Lambare, Paraguay
Shores of Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), in Lambare
People cross walking the Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), which flows down to the Parana River, as the lack of rain in Brazil, where the river originates, has brought water levels down, forcing cargo ships to reduce the amount of grains that are loaded for export, in Lambare, Paraguay September 13, 2021. Picture taken September 13, 2021. REUTERS/Cesar Olmedo
PARAGUAY-RIVER/
RTXH5Q9H
September 13, 2021
A picture shows the low level of the Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), which flows down to the Parana River,...
Lambare, Paraguay
Shores of Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), in Lambare
A picture shows the low level of the Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), which flows down to the Parana River, as the lack of rain in Brazil, where the river originates, has brought water levels down, forcing cargo ships to reduce the amount of grains that are loaded for export, in Lambare, Paraguay September 13, 2021. Picture taken September 13, 2021. REUTERS/Cesar Olmedo
PARAGUAY-RIVER/
RTXH5Q9G
September 13, 2021
Children play in the Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), which flows down to the Parana River, as the lack...
Lambare, Paraguay
Shores of Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), in Lambare
Children play in the Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), which flows down to the Parana River, as the lack of rain in Brazil, where the river originates, has brought water levels down, forcing cargo ships to reduce the amount of grains that are loaded for export, in Lambare, Paraguay September 13, 2021. Picture taken September 13, 2021. REUTERS/Cesar Olmedo
PARAGUAY-RIVER/
RTXH5Q9F
September 13, 2021
A boat is pictured on the shore of the Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), which flows down to the Parana...
Lambare, Paraguay
Shores of Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), in Lambare
A boat is pictured on the shore of the Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), which flows down to the Parana River, as the lack of rain in Brazil, where the river originates, has brought water levels down, forcing cargo ships to reduce the amount of grains that are loaded for export, in Lambare, Paraguay September 13, 2021. Picture taken September 13, 2021. REUTERS/Cesar Olmedo
PARAGUAY-RIVER/
RTXH5Q9E
September 13, 2021
A picture shows the low level of the Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), which flows down to the Parana River,...
Lambare, Paraguay
Shores of Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), in Lambare
A picture shows the low level of the Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), which flows down to the Parana River, as the lack of rain in Brazil, where the river originates, has brought water levels down, forcing cargo ships to reduce the amount of grains that are loaded for export, in Lambare, Paraguay September 13, 2021. Picture taken September 13, 2021. REUTERS/Cesar Olmedo
PARAGUAY-RIVER/
RTXH5Q9D
September 13, 2021
A boat is pictured on the shore of the Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), which flows down to the Parana...
Lambare, Paraguay
Shores of Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), in Lambare
A boat is pictured on the shore of the Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), which flows down to the Parana River, as the lack of rain in Brazil, where the river originates, has brought water levels down, forcing cargo ships to reduce the amount of grains that are loaded for export, in Lambare, Paraguay September 13, 2021. Picture taken September 13, 2021. REUTERS/Cesar Olmedo
PARAGUAY-RIVER/
RTXH5Q9C
September 13, 2021
A boat is pictured on the shore of the Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), which flows down to the Parana...
Lambare, Paraguay
Shores of Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), in Lambare
A boat is pictured on the shore of the Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), which flows down to the Parana River, as the lack of rain in Brazil, where the river originates, has brought water levels down, forcing cargo ships to reduce the amount of grains that are loaded for export, in Lambare, Paraguay September 13, 2021. Picture taken September 13, 2021. REUTERS/Cesar Olmedo
PARAGUAY-RIVER/
RTXH5Q9B
September 13, 2021
A picture shows the low level of the Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), which flows down to the Parana River,...
Lambare, Paraguay
Shores of Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), in Lambare
A picture shows the low level of the Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), which flows down to the Parana River, as the lack of rain in Brazil, where the river originates, has brought water levels down, forcing cargo ships to reduce the amount of grains that are loaded for export, in Lambare, Paraguay September 13, 2021. Picture taken September 13, 2021. REUTERS/Cesar Olmedo
PARAGUAY-RIVER/
RTXH5Q9A
September 13, 2021
A stranded cargo ship is pictured on the shore of the Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), which flows down...
Lambare, Paraguay
Shores of Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), in Lambare
A stranded cargo ship is pictured on the shore of the Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), which flows down to the Parana River, as the lack of rain in Brazil, where the river originates, has brought water levels down, forcing cargo ships to reduce the amount of grains that are loaded for export, in Lambare, Paraguay September 13, 2021. Picture taken September 13, 2021. REUTERS/Cesar Olmedo
PARAGUAY-RIVER/
RTXGA0OP
August 24, 2021
People walk on the shore of the Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), which flows down to the Parana River,...
VILLETA, Paraguay
Shores of Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River) in Villeta
People walk on the shore of the Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), which flows down to the Parana River, as the lack of rain in Brazil, where the river originates, has brought water levels down, forcing cargo ships to reduce the amount of grains that are loaded for export, in Villeta, Paraguay August 24, 2021. Picture taken August 24, 2021. REUTERS/Cesar Olmedo
PARAGUAY-RIVER/
RTXGA0IV
August 24, 2021
Ships are pictured at the Villeta port, on the shore of the Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), which flows...
VILLETA, Paraguay
Shores of Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River) in Villeta
Ships are pictured at the Villeta port, on the shore of the Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), which flows down to the Parana River, as the lack of rain in Brazil, where the river originates, has brought water levels down, forcing cargo ships to reduce the amount of grains that are loaded for export, in Villeta, Paraguay August 24, 2021. Picture taken August 24, 2021. REUTERS/Cesar Olmedo
PARAGUAY-RIVER/
RTXGA0DA
August 24, 2021
Garbage collectors are pictured on the shore of the Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), which flows down to...
VILLETA, Paraguay
Shores of Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River) in Villeta
Garbage collectors are pictured on the shore of the Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), which flows down to the Parana River, as the lack of rain in Brazil, where the river originates, has brought water levels down, forcing cargo ships to reduce the amount of grains that are loaded for export, in Villeta, Paraguay August 24, 2021. Picture taken August 24, 2021. REUTERS/Cesar Olmedo
PARAGUAY-RIVER/
RTXGA0DC
August 24, 2021
Garbage is pictured on the shore of the Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), which flows down to the Parana...
VILLETA, Paraguay
Shores of Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River) in Villeta
Garbage is pictured on the shore of the Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), which flows down to the Parana River, as the lack of rain in Brazil, where the river originates, has brought water levels down, forcing cargo ships to reduce the amount of grains that are loaded for export, in Villeta, Paraguay August 24, 2021. Picture taken August 24, 2021. REUTERS/Cesar Olmedo
PARAGUAY-RIVER/
RTXGA027
August 24, 2021
A ship travels on the Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), which flows down to the Parana River, as the lack...
VILLETA, Paraguay
Shores of Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River) in Villeta
A ship travels on the Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), which flows down to the Parana River, as the lack of rain in Brazil, where the river originates, has brought water levels down, forcing cargo ships to reduce the amount of grains that are loaded for export, in Villeta, Paraguay August 24, 2021. REUTERS/Cesar Olmedo
PARAGUAY-RIVER/
RTXGA02D
August 24, 2021
A boat is pictured on the shore of the Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), which flows down to the Parana...
VILLETA, Paraguay
Shores of Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River) in Villeta
A boat is pictured on the shore of the Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), which flows down to the Parana River, as the lack of rain in Brazil, where the river originates, has brought water levels down, forcing cargo ships to reduce the amount of grains that are loaded for export, in Villeta, Paraguay August 24, 2021. Picture taken August 24, 2021. REUTERS/Cesar Olmedo
PARAGUAY-RIVER/
RTXGA02A
August 24, 2021
A woman sips mate while sitting on the shore of the Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), which flows down to...
VILLETA, Paraguay
Shores of Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River) in Villeta
A woman sips mate while sitting on the shore of the Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), which flows down to the Parana River, as the lack of rain in Brazil, where the river originates, has brought water levels down, forcing cargo ships to reduce the amount of grains that are loaded for export, in Villeta, Paraguay August 24, 2021. Picture taken August 24, 2021. REUTERS/Cesar Olmedo
PARAGUAY-RIVER/
RTXGA029
August 24, 2021
Boats are pictured on the shore of the Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), which flows down to the Parana...
VILLETA, Paraguay
Shores of Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River) in Villeta
Boats are pictured on the shore of the Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), which flows down to the Parana River, as the lack of rain in Brazil, where the river originates, has brought water levels down, forcing cargo ships to reduce the amount of grains that are loaded for export, in Villeta, Paraguay August 24, 2021. Picture taken August 24, 2021. REUTERS/Cesar Olmedo
PARAGUAY-RIVER/
RTXG9Z20
August 24, 2021
A boat is pictured on the shore of the Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), which flows down to the Parana...
VILLETA, Paraguay
Shores of Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River) in Villeta
A boat is pictured on the shore of the Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), which flows down to the Parana River, as the lack of rain in Brazil, where the river originates, has brought water levels down, forcing cargo ships to reduce the amount of grains that are loaded for export, in San Antonio, Paraguay August 24, 2021. Picture taken August 24, 2021. REUTERS/Cesar Olmedo
PARAGUAY-RIVER/
RTXG9Z1W
August 24, 2021
A ship travels on the Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), which flows down to the Parana River, as the lack...
VILLETA, Paraguay
Shores of Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River) in Villeta
A ship travels on the Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), which flows down to the Parana River, as the lack of rain in Brazil, where the river originates, has brought water levels down, forcing cargo ships to reduce the amount of grains that are loaded for export, in Villeta, Paraguay August 24, 2021. Picture taken August 24, 2021. REUTERS/Cesar Olmedo
PARAGUAY-RIVER/
RTXG9YW3
August 24, 2021
People walk past a stranded barge on the shore of the Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), which flows down...
San Antonio, Paraguay
Shores of Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River) in San Antonio
People walk past a stranded barge on the shore of the Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), which flows down to the Parana River, as the lack of rain in Brazil, where the river originates, has brought water levels down, forcing cargo ships to reduce the amount of grains that are loaded for export, in San Antonio, Paraguay August 24, 2021. REUTERS/Cesar Olmedo
PARAGUAY-RIVER/
RTXG9YW9
August 24, 2021
Fisherman Rafael Trinidad, 52, walks on the shore of the Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), which flows down...
VILLETA, Paraguay
Shores of Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River) in Villeta
Fisherman Rafael Trinidad, 52, walks on the shore of the Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), which flows down to the Parana River, as the lack of rain in Brazil, where the river originates, has brought water levels down, forcing cargo ships to reduce the amount of grains that are loaded for export, in San Antonio, Paraguay August 24, 2021. REUTERS/Cesar Olmedo
PARAGUAY-RIVER/
RTXG9YW1
August 24, 2021
A ship travels on the Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), which flows down to the Parana River, as the lack...
VILLETA, Paraguay
Shores of Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River) in Villeta
A ship travels on the Rio Paraguay (Paraguay River), which flows down to the Parana River, as the lack of rain in Brazil, where the river originates, has brought water levels down, forcing cargo ships to reduce the amount of grains that are loaded for export, in Villeta, Paraguay August 24, 2021. REUTERS/Cesar Olmedo
CANADA-STAMPEDE/
RTXE97NR
July 11, 2021
Marcos Costa of Parana, Brazil, flips a calf in the tie-down roping event during the rodeo as the Calgary...
Calgary, Canada
Calgary Stampede gets underway following a year off due to COVID-19 restrictions
Marcos Costa of Parana, Brazil, flips a calf in the tie-down roping event during the rodeo as the Calgary Stampede gets underway following a year off due to coronavirus disease (COVID-19) restrictions, in Calgary, Alberta, Canada July 11, 2021. REUTERS/Todd Korol
CANADA-STAMPEDE/
RTXE72PE
July 09, 2021
Marcos Costa of Parana, Brazil flips a calf in the tie-down roping event during the rodeo as the Calgary...
Calgary, Canada
Calgary Stampede gets underway following a year off due to COVID-19 restrictions
Marcos Costa of Parana, Brazil flips a calf in the tie-down roping event during the rodeo as the Calgary Stampede gets underway following a year off due to coronavirus disease (COVID-19) restrictions, in Calgary, Alberta, Canada July 9, 2021. REUTERS/Todd Korol
ARGENTINA-GRAINS/SHIPPING
RTXE5J0Z
July 08, 2021
A general view of the Puente Nuestra Senora del Rosario (Our Lady of Rosario) bridge, which links the...
Rosario, Argentina
A general view of the Puente Nuestra Senora del Rosario (Our Lady of Rosario) bridge, which links the...
A general view of the Puente Nuestra Senora del Rosario (Our Lady of Rosario) bridge, which links the Rosario city in the Santa Fe Province with Victoria city in the Entre Rios Province, over the Parana River, in Rosario, Argentina July 8, 2021. The lack of rain in Brazil, where the river originates, has brought water levels down in Argentina, forcing cargo ships to reduce the amount of grains that are loaded for export. REUTERS/Agustin Marcarian
ARGENTINA-GRAINS/SHIPPING
RTXE5J12
July 08, 2021
A man pulls a kayak to the water on the shore of the Parana River, in Rosario, Argentina July 8, 2021....
Rosario, Argentina
A man pulls a kayak to the water on the shore of the Parana River, in Rosario
A man pulls a kayak to the water on the shore of the Parana River, in Rosario, Argentina July 8, 2021. The lack of rain in Brazil, where the river originates, has brought water levels down in Argentina, forcing cargo ships to reduce the amount of grains that are loaded for export. REUTERS/Agustin Marcarian TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
ARGENTINA-GRAINS/SHIPPING
RTXE5IXS
July 08, 2021
A woman enjoys the day on the shore of the Parana River, in Rosario, Argentina July 8, 2021. The lack...
Rosario, Argentina
A woman enjoys the day on the shore of the Parana River, in Rosario
A woman enjoys the day on the shore of the Parana River, in Rosario, Argentina July 8, 2021. The lack of rain in Brazil, where the river originates, has brought water levels down in Argentina, forcing cargo ships to reduce the amount of grains that are loaded for export. REUTERS/Agustin Marcarian
ARGENTINA-GRAINS/SHIPPING
RTXE5IPI
July 08, 2021
Boats are seen stranded in a dried out wetland on the shore of the Parana River, in Rosario, Argentina...
Rosario, Argentina
Boats are seen stranded in a dried out wetland on the shore of the Parana River, in Rosario
Boats are seen stranded in a dried out wetland on the shore of the Parana River, in Rosario, Argentina July 8, 2021. The lack of rain in Brazil, where the river originates, has brought water levels down in Argentina, forcing cargo ships to reduce the amount of grains that are loaded for export. REUTERS/Agustin Marcarian
ARGENTINA-GRAINS/SHIPPING
RTXE5IPH
July 08, 2021
Footsteps are pictured in a dried out wetland on the shore of the Parana River, in Rosario, Argentina,...
Rosario, Argentina
Footsteps are pictured in a dried out wetland on the shore of the Parana River, in Rosario
Footsteps are pictured in a dried out wetland on the shore of the Parana River, in Rosario, Argentina, July 8, 2021. The lack of rain in Brazil, where the river originates, has brought water levels down in Argentina, forcing cargo ships to reduce the amount of grains that are loaded for export. REUTERS/Agustin Marcarian
ARGENTINA-GRAINS/SHIPPING
RTXE5IPB
July 08, 2021
Houses and boats are seen on the shore of the Parana River, in Rosario, Argentina July 8, 2021. The lack...
Rosario, Argentina
Houses and boats are seen on the shore of the Parana River, in Rosario
Houses and boats are seen on the shore of the Parana River, in Rosario, Argentina July 8, 2021. The lack of rain in Brazil, where the river originates, has brought water levels down in Argentina, forcing cargo ships to reduce the amount of grains that are loaded for export. REUTERS/Agustin Marcarian
ARGENTINA-GRAINS/SHIPPING
RTXE5IKO
July 08, 2021
Boats are seen on the shore of the Parana River, in Rosario, Argentina July 8, 2021. The lack of rain...
Rosario, Argentina
Boats are seen on the shore of the Parana River, in Rosario
Boats are seen on the shore of the Parana River, in Rosario, Argentina July 8, 2021. The lack of rain in Brazil, where the river originates, has brought water levels down in Argentina, forcing cargo ships to reduce the amount of grains that are loaded for export. REUTERS/Agustin Marcarian
ARGENTINA-GRAINS/SHIPPING
RTXE5IKN
July 08, 2021
Boats are seen on the shore of the Parana River, in Rosario, Argentina July 8, 2021. The lack of rain...
Rosario, Argentina
Boats are seen on the shore of the Parana River, in Rosario
Boats are seen on the shore of the Parana River, in Rosario, Argentina July 8, 2021. The lack of rain in Brazil, where the river originates, has brought water levels down in Argentina, forcing cargo ships to reduce the amount of grains that are loaded for export. REUTERS/Agustin Marcarian
ARGENTINA-GRAINS/SHIPPING
RTXE5IKL
July 08, 2021
Boats are seen on the shore of the Parana River, in Rosario, Argentina July 8, 2021. The lack of rain...
Rosario, Argentina
Boats are seen on the shore of the Parana River, in Rosario
Boats are seen on the shore of the Parana River, in Rosario, Argentina July 8, 2021. The lack of rain in Brazil, where the river originates, has brought water levels down in Argentina, forcing cargo ships to reduce the amount of grains that are loaded for export. REUTERS/Agustin Marcarian
ARGENTINA-GRAINS/SHIPPING
RTXE5IJA
July 08, 2021
People enjoy the day on the shore of the Parana River, in Rosario, Argentina July 8, 2021. The lack...
Rosario, Argentina
People enjoy the day on the shore of the Parana River, in Rosario
People enjoy the day on the shore of the Parana River, in Rosario, Argentina July 8, 2021. The lack of rain in Brazil, where the river originates, has brought water levels down in Argentina, forcing cargo ships to reduce the amount of grains that are loaded for export. REUTERS/Agustin Marcarian
ARGENTINA-GRAINS/SHIPPING
RTXE5IJ7
July 08, 2021
People enjoy the day on the shore of the Parana River, in Rosario, Argentina July 8, 2021. The lack...
Rosario, Argentina
People enjoy the day on the shore of the Parana River, in Rosario
People enjoy the day on the shore of the Parana River, in Rosario, Argentina July 8, 2021. The lack of rain in Brazil, where the river originates, has brought water levels down in Argentina, forcing cargo ships to reduce the amount of grains that are loaded for export. REUTERS/Agustin Marcarian
ARGENTINA-GRAINS/SHIPPING
RTXE5IBS
July 08, 2021
A ship sails through the waters of the Parana River, in Rosario, Argentina July 8, 2021. The lack of...
Rosario, Argentina
A ship sails through the waters of the Parana River, in Rosario
A ship sails through the waters of the Parana River, in Rosario, Argentina July 8, 2021. The lack of rain in Brazil, where the river originates, has brought water levels down in Argentina, forcing cargo ships to reduce the amount of grains that are loaded for export. REUTERS/Agustin Marcarian
ARGENTINA-GRAINS/SHIPPING
RTXE5I64
July 08, 2021
A ship sails through the waters of the Parana River, in Rosario, Argentina July 8, 2021. The lack of...
Rosario, Argentina
A ship sails through the waters of the Parana River, in Rosario
A ship sails through the waters of the Parana River, in Rosario, Argentina July 8, 2021. The lack of rain in Brazil, where the river originates, has brought water levels down in Argentina, forcing cargo ships to reduce the amount of grains that are loaded for export. REUTERS/Agustin Marcarian
ARGENTINA-GRAINS/SHIPPING
RTXE5HYT
July 08, 2021
A ship sails through the waters of the Parana River, in Rosario, Argentina. The lack of rain in Brazil,...
Rosario, Argentina
A ship sails through the waters of the Parana River, in Rosario
A ship sails through the waters of the Parana River, in Rosario, Argentina. The lack of rain in Brazil, where the river originates, has brought water levels down in Argentina, forcing cargo ships to reduce the amount of grains that are loaded for export. July 8, 2021. REUTERS/Agustin Marcarian
CLIMATE-CHANGE/BRAZIL-CARBON
RTX8LOAV
January 11, 2021
Brazilian forestry student Mateus Sanquetta separates material collected in the Amazon to check how much...
Curitiba, Brazil
Brazilian rforestry student Sanquetta separates material collected in the Amazon at the Center of Excellence...
Brazilian forestry student Mateus Sanquetta separates material collected in the Amazon to check how much climate-warming greenhouse gas a small plot of the rainforest can contain, at the Center of Excellence in Research on Carbon Fixation in Biomass at the Federal University of Parana in Curitiba, Brazil, December 1, 2020. Picture taken Decemer 1, 2020 REUTERS/Rodolfo Buhrer
CLIMATE-CHANGE/BRAZIL-CARBON
RTX8LOAU
January 11, 2021
Brazilian researcher Emmanoella Guarana analyzes material collected in the Amazon to check how much climate-warming...
Curitiba, Brazil
Brazilian researcher Guarana analyzes material collected in the Amazon at the Center of Excellence in...
Brazilian researcher Emmanoella Guarana analyzes material collected in the Amazon to check how much climate-warming greenhouse gas a small plot of the rainforest can contain, at the Center of Excellence in Research on Carbon Fixation in Biomass at the Federal University of Parana in Curitiba, Brazil, December 1, 2020. Picture taken Decemer 1, 2020 REUTERS/Rodolfo Buhrer
CLIMATE-CHANGE/BRAZIL-CARBON
RTX8LOAT
January 11, 2021
Brazilian forestry student Mateus Sanquetta separates material collected in the Amazon to check how much...
Curitiba, Brazil
Brazilian rforestry student Sanquetta separates material collected in the Amazon at the Center of Excellence...
Brazilian forestry student Mateus Sanquetta separates material collected in the Amazon to check how much climate-warming greenhouse gas a small plot of the rainforest can contain, at the Center of Excellence in Research on Carbon Fixation in Biomass at the Federal University of Parana in Curitiba, Brazil, December 1, 2020. Picture taken Decemer 1, 2020 REUTERS/Rodolfo Buhrer
CLIMATE-CHANGE/BRAZIL-CARBON
RTX8LOAS
January 11, 2021
Brazilian forestry student Mateus Sanquetta separates material collected in the Amazon to check how much...
Curitiba, Brazil
Brazilian forestry student Sanquetta separates material collected in the Amazon at the Center of Excellence...
Brazilian forestry student Mateus Sanquetta separates material collected in the Amazon to check how much climate-warming greenhouse gas a small plot of the rainforest can contain, at the Center of Excellence in Research on Carbon Fixation in Biomass at the Federal University of Parana in Curitiba, Brazil, December 1, 2020. Picture taken Decemer 1, 2020 REUTERS/Rodolfo Buhrer
CLIMATE-CHANGE/BRAZIL-CARBON
RTX8LOAQ
January 11, 2021
Brazilian researcher Emmanoella Guarana analyzes material collected in the Amazon to check how much climate-warming...
Curitiba, Brazil
Brazilian researcher Guarana analyzes material collected in the Amazon at the Center of Excellence in...
Brazilian researcher Emmanoella Guarana analyzes material collected in the Amazon to check how much climate-warming greenhouse gas a small plot of the rainforest can contain, at the Center of Excellence in Research on Carbon Fixation in Biomass at the Federal University of Parana in Curitiba, Brazil, December 1, 2020. Picture taken Decemer 1, 2020 REUTERS/Rodolfo Buhrer
CLIMATE-CHANGE/BRAZIL-CARBON
RTX8LOAO
January 11, 2021
Brazilian forestry student Mateus Sanquetta separates material collected in the Amazon to check how much...
Curitiba, Brazil
Brazilian forestry student Sanquetta separates material collected in the Amazon at the Center of Excellence...
Brazilian forestry student Mateus Sanquetta separates material collected in the Amazon to check how much climate-warming greenhouse gas a small plot of the rainforest can contain, at the Center of Excellence in Research on Carbon Fixation in Biomass at the Federal University of Parana in Curitiba, Brazil, December 1, 2020. Picture taken Decemer 1, 2020 REUTERS/Rodolfo Buhrer
CLIMATE-CHANGE/BRAZIL-CARBON
RTX8LOA2
January 11, 2021
Carlos Roberto Sanquetta, a forestry engineering professor at the Federal University of Parana, botanist...
ITAPUA DO OESTE, Brazil
Brazilian researchers inspect a parcel of Amazon rainforest in Itapua do Oeste
Carlos Roberto Sanquetta, a forestry engineering professor at the Federal University of Parana, botanist Edilson Consuelo de Oliveira and Rioterra plant nursery worker Juciney Pinheiro dos Santos inspect a parcel of Amazon rainforest in Itapua do Oeste, Rondonia state, Brazil, November 4, 2020. Picture taken November 4, 2020. REUTERS/Jake Spring
CLIMATE-CHANGE/BRAZIL-CARBON C
RTX8LNEY
January 11, 2021
Graphic shows estimates of carbon storage in different fields according to data collected by the University...
Peru
How much carbon do the Amazon rainforests stores? C
Graphic shows estimates of carbon storage in different fields according to data collected by the University of Parana (UFPR) in Brazil
ARGENTINA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX7SB6K
August 28, 2020
Boats are seen stranded in a dried out wetland on the shore of Parana River near the city of San Lorenzo,...
San Lorenzo, Argentina
Boats are seen stranded in a dried out wetland on the shore of Parana River near the city of San Lorenzo,...
Boats are seen stranded in a dried out wetland on the shore of Parana River near the city of San Lorenzo, in Santa Fe province, Argentina August 28, 2020. REUTERS/Agustin Marcarian
ARGENTINA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX7SB6J
August 28, 2020
A boat is seen stranded in a dried out wetland on the shore of Parana River near the city of San Lorenzo,...
San Lorenzo, Argentina
A boat is seen stranded in a dried out wetland on the shore of Parana River near the city of San Lorenzo,...
A boat is seen stranded in a dried out wetland on the shore of Parana River near the city of San Lorenzo, in Santa Fe province, Argentina August 28, 2020. REUTERS/Agustin Marcarian
ARGENTINA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX7SB6I
August 28, 2020
A boat is seen stranded in a dried out wetland on the shore of Parana River near the city of San Lorenzo,...
San Lorenzo, Argentina
A boat is seen stranded in a dried out wetland on the shore of Parana River near the city of San Lorenzo,...
A boat is seen stranded in a dried out wetland on the shore of Parana River near the city of San Lorenzo, in Santa Fe province, Argentina August 28, 2020. REUTERS/Agustin Marcarian
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