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San Juan River, Utah

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In this Overview, the San Juan River is shown meandering through southeastern Utah, not far from Goos
 
December 26 · Issue #476 · View online
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In this Overview, the San Juan River is shown meandering through southeastern Utah, not far from Goosenecks State Park. It is a major tributary of the Colorado River and provides drainage to the Four Corners region of Colorado, New Mexico, Utah and Arizona. The San Juan is one of the muddiest rivers in North America, carrying an average of 25 million U.S. tons of silt and sediment each year.
37°12'22.3"N, 109°59'44.1"W

Source imagery: DigitalGlobe

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