BEFORE THE SPLASH

 
 

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Based on a photomechanical print depicting Bluffs of the Green River, 1898, part of: Photochrom Print Collection, Library of Congress.

There are many factors, such as the source, the identification or the definition of the mouth, and the scale of measurement[1] of the river length between source and mouth, that determine the precise meaning of “river length”. As a result, the length measurements of many rivers are only approximations. In particular, there has long been disagreement as to whether the Nile or the Amazon is the world’s longest river. The Nile has traditionally been considered longer, but in recent years some Brazilian and Peruvian studies have suggested that the Amazon is longer by measuring the river plus the adjacent Pará estuary and the longest connecting tidal canal. (source: Wikipedia.org)