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The Mimbres River Basin is a closed and partially drained system which has an area of about 13,300 km² (5,140mi²). It lies within the Mexican Highland section of the Basin and Range physiographic province. Most of the basin is located in southwestern New Mexico with the southern boundary extending into northern Chihuahua. The Mimbres River is the largest stream in the basin with its headwaters originating in the northern area of the basin. Only the upper reach of the Mimbres River is perennial.

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