Argentina, from Mar Chiquita and Rio de la Plata to Patagonia – September 10th, 201035.4S 64.5W
Many important geographical features of Argentina can be observed here. Upon opening the full image, the Andes Mountains can be observed down the left edge.
In the upper right quadrant, one can see the brown, sediment-laden waters of the Rio de la Plata estuary. The sediments are carried into the estuary by the Uruguay (right) and Paraná (left) Rivers (best observed in full image).
To the west, in the lower left quadrant, the Neuquén (above) and Limay (below) Rivers can be observed. Clustered around these rivers are several artificial lakes created by dams.