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The Rio Negro floodplain in Patagonia, Argentina is featured in this image photographed by an Expedition 22 crew member on the International Space Station. The Rio Negro is recognizable by astronaut crews from orbit as one of the most meandering rivers in South America. This is well illustrated in this view, where the entire river floodplain (approximately 10 kilometers wide) is covered with curved relics of channels known as meander scars. The main channel of the river, flowing south at this pointâ€”60 kilometers south of the city of Choele Choel (not shown)â€”appears in partial sun glint at right. Sun glint occurs when light is reflected off a water surface directly back towards the viewer, imparting a silvery sheen to those areas. When meander scars contain water they are known as oxbow lakes, some of which are also highlighted by sun glint in the image. Meander scars show the numerous past positions of river bends, produced as the river snaked across the plain in the very recent geological past. The Rio Negro is a dramatic example of how mobile a river can be. The orange tint to the water in one of the oxbow lakes (center) could result from orange salt-loving algae. Their appearance here would be unusual since floodplain lakes are usually too fresh for algae blooms. But an explanation may lie in the location of the Rio Negro on the margin of Argentina’s arid Patagonian region with annual rainfall less than 12 inches (300 mm). Evaporation in this cloudless region could be high enough for some lakes to become salty. The Rio Negro flows generally southeast from the Andes Mts. to the Atlantic Ocean. Its floodplain supports the biggest pear- and apple-growing region of Argentina. Rectangular farm boundaries can be seen at bottom center. The river also hosts the world’s longest kayak regatta (653 kilometers), which lasts six days.
Singer/Songwriter Jacob Moon performs ‘Subdivisions’ by Rush, live on the rooftop of the Staircase Theatre in Hamilton, ON. Rush recently saw this video and asked Moon to perform his version of Subdivisions for their induction into the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame on March 28, 2010. Hear the entire broadcast, also featuring AlexisonFire (‘Tom Sawyer’) and Les Claypool (‘Spirit of Radio’) on Mar 29th on CBC Radio 2 Concerts on Demand (cbc.ca). Gear list: Larivee Acoustic, Godin Montreal acoustic/electric, Gracie Guitar Stand, Porchboard Bass (kick drum sound), RCA Dictaphone, Lexicon JamMan looper, Fender Vibrolux Amp, Danelectro Daddy-O Distortion Pedal, Electro-Harmonix Memory Man Delay, Shure Beta 58 Mic, Pendulum PreAmp, G7 Capo, ZOOM H4 handeld digital recorder, Lexicon LXP-1 Reverb (modified). Available on “The Loop” by Jacob Moon. iTunes, CDBaby.com, or www.jacobmoon.com Sept 11, 2008 Directed and shot by Stephen Strangways and Ron Kebic Get ‘Subdivisions’ by Jacob Moon here: cdbaby.com