INETERInstituto Nicaraguense de Estudios Territoriales
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Los registros de precipitacion provienen de pluviometros del INETER (Rivas, CASUR, Tola y Nandaime) y del MAGFOR (Tierra Blanca, San Juan Viejo, Cantimplora, El Tambo y El Palmar).
In July, officials of the Costa Rican Instituto Geografico Nacional (IGN) and the Instituto Nicaraguense de Estudios Territoriales (INETER) put up new boundary markers at Upala, Costa Rica, effectively giving 300 sq km of Costa Rican territory to Nicaragua, pushing the border further south and widening the buffer between the border and the Rio San Juan, a likely route for a canal into Lake Nicaragua.
The Nicaraguan government claimed Costa Rica was building a wall 3 km long and, in late April, sent technicians from the Instituto Nicaraguense de Estudios Territoriales (INETER) to Penas Blancas to verify that the wall had not intruded into Nicaraguan territory.