Neha Patil

Canal Lauca

Updated on
Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterShare on LinkedIn
Canal Lauca

The Canal Lauca is an artificial channel to divert the waters of the Lauca River westward through a canal and tunnel into the Azapa Valley for purposes of irrigation in the valley and hydroelectric-power generation. Its construction began 1948 and water diversion began 14 years later from a dam located about 16 miles southwest of Lago Cotacotani Lake.

Map of Canal Lauca, Putre, Arica y Parinacota Region, Chile

References

Canal Lauca Wikipedia


Similar Topics
Yurei Otoko
David Borden
Seo Ji seok
Topics