The Great Parts Of A River
This tackk was made by Cadet E.Rodriguez-Medina
Great Basin: A watershed where the water doesn't slow into the ocean. Example: The Great Salt Basin is in the Great Basin.
Floodplain: Relativity flat land adjacent to a river channel that's underwater when a river floods.
Watershed: Area of high water,to low water,that empties out into a bigger body of water.
Headwaters: A tributary stream of a river close to or forming part of it's source.
Source: Where the water begins.
Mouth/Delta: The end of a river,and an opening of a river out into the ocean.
Down River: Toward or situated at a point near the mouth of a river.
Tributary: A river or stream flowing into a larger river or lake.
Above you see a video this video will show you a few people crossing the divide on the Danube River.
Divide: Separates the watersheds from one another.