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Lacus Maracaibo

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Despectus in Lacum Maracaibo e spatio (STS-51-I) mense Augusto 1985. Septentriones ad laevum imum photographema videntur.
Tabula bathymetrica.
Scruta solida in litus vento impulsa.

Lacus Maracaibo[1] (Hispanice Lago de Maracaibo) est magnus sinus amarus (vel aestuarium) qui ad aestum pertinet in Venetiola et quidem "transitus Maris Caribici" est.[2][3][4][5][6] Plerumque habetur lacus, pro sinu vel lacuna.[7][8][9][10][11][12][13][14][15] Ad Sinum Venetiolanum coniungitur per Fretum Tablazo, quod in parte septentrionali est 5.5 chiliometra latum. Impletur a multis fluminibus, quorum maximum est Catatumbo. Area est 13 210 chiliometra quadrata. Hoc corpus aquae olim erat maximus Americae Australis lacus, secundum praeterea data geologica verus lacus, abhinc annorum a 20 ad 36 milliones unus ex veterrimis telluris lacubus.[16][17]

Fulgur Catatumboense in Lacu Maracaibo plus fulgur quam alius orbis terrarum locus constanter efficit.[18][19]

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. "Lacus Maracaibo" (p. 689 apud Google Books)
  2. Anglice: "inlet of the Caribbean Sea."
  3. "Lake Maracaibo". Encyclopædia Britannica. 16 Iunii 2016 .
  4. Merriam-Webster (2016). Webster's New Geographical Dictionary. Merriam-Webster. p. 727. ISBN 0877794464 .
  5. Times Books (2014). Comprehensive Atlas of the World. HarperCollins. p. 47. ISBN 978000755140-8 .
  6. Question Unlimited (2003). "Who Wants to Be a Judge at the National Academic Championship?". National Academic Championship .
  7. John C. Murphy. "Marine Invasions by Non-Sea Snakes, with Thoughts on Terrestrial–Aquatic–Marine Transitions". Integr. Comp. Biol. (Oxford Journals Volume 52, Issue 2 Pp. 217-226.) (52 (2)): 217–226. 
  8. "Earth's New Lightning Capital Revealed". NASA 
  9. Wayne S. Gardner and Joann F. Cavaletto (1998). "Nitrogen cycling rates and light effects in tropical Lake Maracaibo, Venezuela". Limnol. Oceanogr. (American Society of Limnology) (43 (8)): 1814–1825 
  10. John P. Rafferty (1 October 2010). Lakes and Wetlands: A "Juvenile Nonfiction Book". Britannica Educational Publishing. p. 192. ISBN 978-1-61530-403-5 .
  11. Joyce A. Quinn; Susan L. Woodward (3 February 2015). Earth's Landscape: An Encyclopedia of the World's Geographic Features [2 volumes]: An Encyclopedia of the World's Geographic Features. ABC-CLIO. p. 397. ISBN 9781610694469 .
  12. DEME: Lake Maracaibo. Archivum interretiale..
  13. The Compass of Sigma Gamma Epsilon (1939:184)
  14. Ralph Alexander Liddle (1946:24). The Geology of Venezuela and Trinidad.
  15. Kenneth Knight Landes (1951:535), Petroleum Geology.
  16. Lake Profile: Maracaibo. LakeNet.
  17. Maracaibo, Lake. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition.
  18. Baverstock, Alasdair (11 Martii 2015). "Venezuela’s nightly lightning show". The Guardian .
  19. Albrecht et al. 2016.

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Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

09°48′57″N 71°33′24″W / 9.81583°N 71.55667°W / 9.81583; -71.55667