By : K.Green
A watershed is an area of high water to low water and emptying out into a larger body of water
Source is what?
Source is where the water starts
Headwaters are what?
Headwaters are extreme upper reaches of a stream. There is not lots of plants and sun near a headwater.
Tributary? What's that?
A tributary is a stream or a river that flows into a mainstream.
A floodplain is a wide and flat area along a river that floods.
A downwater is between the headwaters and floodplain
A mouth is where a river flows out to a large body of water. A delta is sediment that build up where it flows out.
Divide does what?
A divide seperates watersheds, usually mountain ranges.
Great Basin! Is that a sink?
A great basin is where water doesn't flow into the ocean.