Flying Rivers

Data / date: 25/12/18 Sem comentarios / No Comments

Flying rivers” are streams of water that are carried by the winds in the atmosphere. They are the supply of fresh water to South America continent that will be used to plant and fill the reservoirs of cities.
These aerial rivers begin to form in the Atlantic Ocean with the great evaporation of enormous amounts of water in the region of Ecuador that is then carried by the easterly winds to the mainland.
The clouds and streams of water and steam arrive in the Amazon and the forest captures what it needs for photosynthesis and transpires to the atmosphere which has not been used. The “flying rivers” continue to the Andes and then continue the process of evapotranspiration that will bring moisture and rain to Southeast Brazil to Argentina.