PN Iguaçu | Salto Santa Maria (Brazil)
The Iguazú Falls represent the largest system of waterfalls in the world. The Iguazú River - forming the Argentine-Brazilian border - plunges down 60-80 m over a sequence of basaltic layers in generally two steps, whereby most of the individual waterfalls are located on the territory of Argentina.
- fluvial erosion, fluvial processes, lightscape, rainbow, waterfall, Zonobiome I
- Thursday 23 November 2006 by Martin Mergili in South America / Argentina (5405 visits)