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List of rivers of Guadeloupe

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List of rivers of Guadeloupe

This is a list of rivers of Guadeloupe. Rivers are listed in clockwise order, starting at the Rivière Salèe which divides Basse-Terre from Grand-Terre.

Basse-Terre

  • Rivière Salèe (Ocean channel)
  • La Lézarde Rivière
  • La Moustique Rivière (Rivière Moustique à Petit Bourg)
  • Rose Rivière
  • La Petite Rivière à Goyaves
  • Rivière de Sainte-Marie
  • Grande Rivière de la Capesterre
  • Rivière du Grand Carbet
  • Rivière de Bananier
  • Rivière Saint-Sauveur
  • Rivière Grande Anse
  • Le Galion Rivière
  • Rivière aux Herbes
  • Rivière des Pères
  • Rivière Saint-Louis
  • Rivière du Plessis
  • Rivière des Vieux Habitants
  • Rivière Grande Plaine
  • Rivière Petite Plaine
  • Rivière Madame
  • Rivière Moustique (Rivière Moustique à Sainte-Rose)
  • Grande Rivière à Goyaves
    • Rivière Bras David
    • Rivière Corossol
  • Rivière du Lamentin

Grande-Terre

  • Rivière Salèe (Ocean channel)
  • Canal Perrin
  • Canal des Rotours
    • Rivière des Coudes (Ravine Coudes)

Marie-Galante

  • Rivière de Saint-Louis à Marie-Galante

References

  • Taxonomical and ecological studies on epilithic diatom communities of watercourses from Guadeloupe
  • GEOnet Names Server
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