Parts of a river:

Great basin
Flood plain
Headwaters
watershed
Source
Mouth/delta
Downriver
Tributary
Divide

    By: I.Gonzalez :)

A great basin: The great basin is a watershed where the water does not flow in the ocean.

Flood plain:

Floodplain: A floudplain is an area of land adjacent to a stream or river that stretches from the banks of its channel to the base.

Watershed:

Watersheds: A watershed is a area of high water to lower water, and empty out.

Headwaters:

Headwaters: A head-water is a tributary stream of a river close to or forming part of it's source.

Source:

Source: The source is where the water begins.

Mouth/delta:

Mouth/delta: The mouth is the opening to a large body of water. A delta is a sediment deposit where a river flows into a lake that builds up a land-form.

Downriver:

Downriver: A downriver is a point nearer the mouth of a river.

Tributary:

Tributary: A stream or river which flows, into a main stream.

Divide:

Divide: A ridge of land that separates two adjacent river systems

^Here is a video showing, what a watershed is.^

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