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Lakes and Rivers

Parent Category: Bodies of Water
Lakes are huge water bodies that hold a large amount of fresh water. Rivers are water bodies that flow according to gravity, usually ending at a larger body of water such as the sea or ocean.
West Lake Okiboji, IowaTo the south of that is Blackhawk Lake, Lake View, Iowa
Recreation, water consumption, transportation, food sources,  nuclear reactor cooling systems, Electric power generation, sewage  treatment.
Juba and shabeele
yes, in fact Connecticut was one of the first states to start the gold rush.
River Tees, river in northeastern England, rising on  Cross Fell in the northern Pennines and flowing 70 miles (110 km)  east to the North Sea. It forms the boundary between the historic  counties of Yorkshire and Durham. In its upper course the Tees  flows in a typical Pennines dale (valley)...
The three longest rivers of Poland are: . Vistula (pl. Wisła ) - 1047 km, entirely within Poland;flows through the capital city Warsaw, among many others; thelongest river emptying into the Baltic Sea; . Oder (pl. Odra ) - 854.3 km, of which 742 km in Poland,the rest in the Czech Republic and...
Pack into its front pouch pocket for storage.
Mississippi is in the southeastern part of the US and has 82  counties. It has a couple of major cities, some of which are  Jackson, Biloxi, Gulfport, and Southhaven (none of which are major  cities in the US, though). It also has many rivers, the largest of  which are: the Mississippi River,...
yes through surface run-off or groundwater flow
Berens river, Winnipeg river, Black duck river. For more, go here:  wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_rivers_of_Ontario
In 1531 the Spanish explorer Diego de Ordaz voyaged up the river,  and that same year another Spanish explorer, Antonio de Berrio,  descended the Casanare and Meta rivers and then descended the  Orinoco to its mouth. Alexander von Humboldt would later explore  the Orinoco basin extensively.
Both.   While most of the landmass of Earth is made of igneous and  metamorphic rocks, most of the rocks that we can actually see (i.e.  those on the surface) are sedimentary. Sedimentary rocks are formed  from deposition by forces like rivers, waves and glaciers.  Sediment, however, comes...
Try in google pictures 😊
Yes, it depends on the depth and lengths on both sides of the river
3 (named lakes)- Canada Pond, Mashapaug Pond, and Cunliff Lake
well, that depends on the movie that you are talking about. So for  now, your question is unanswerable
Parana river and urguay river
There are many, many many types of vegetation in the Amazon basin, from orchids and bromeliads to a native tropical fruit tree called the abiu. Much of the vegetation in this region is unknown and yet to be discovered, so it's really hard to make a list of all the plant life of the Amazon Basin.
  == Answer ==     Actually they are referred to as "horizons" and there are four. Begining at the top level "O" and decending to the bottom level of bedrock "C". Now we have both learned a very interesting fact about our planet.
Melbourne city,which is capital of Victoria state in Australia
Yes, some types of crabs eat clams.
Africa has several rivers that flow through the country. The 6  major rivers are: the Nile, Congo, Niger, Zambezi, Orange, and  Senegal.
In Lake Erie, the fish that shed their teeth are either the white  fish, or the walleye fish.
In southern Iraq the Tigris River is joined by the River Euphrates.  They run together as a single river roughly 120 miles (193 km), and  empty into the Persian Gulf. The Iraqis call this confluence of  rivers by the Arabic name,  Shatt al-Arab, "Coast/Beach of the Arabs." The Iranians call it ...
Yes. Between December 1811 and March 1812 a series of earthquakes  hit the Central Mississippi Valley (reports say they even shook  residents in Washington DC). This caused the Mississippi River to  temporarily change direction and flow from South to North.
That would be the Caspian Sea.
%DETAILS% Answer According to H. Mayer & R.  Wade, in their book -- Chicago, Growth of a Metropolis, page 177 --  the City of Lake View's annexation to Chicago was in 1889.  Popularity: 156
 The Tennessee River  is formed at the confluence of the Holston and French Broad rivers  on the east side of present-day Knoxville, Tennessee. From  Knoxville, it flows southwest through East Tennessee toward  Chattanoogabefore crossing into Alabama.     
The industrialization along that area has greatly increased
From Tel Aviv to Biloxi by the shortest (great-circle) route, I make it 6,760 miles.
Located off of Keolu Drive in Kailua, on the windward side of the island.
In addition to providing economic, cultural and ecological benefits  to communities, estuaries deliver invaluable ecosystem services.  Ecosystem services are fundamental life-support processes upon  which all organisms depend .Two ecosystem services that estuaries  provide are water filtration...
It's unlikely to surpass Don Juan Pond concerning hyper-salinity.  But It's certainly ONE of the most hyper-saline lakes In the world.
you use a hollow bamboo tree and blow in the water and then the boat moves
912,345,111 .Actually no dams.
its because the Nile provided water supply for Egyptian people
Hapi had 2 wives. One to represent the northern part of the nile and one to represent the southern part of the nile. One was Nekebet who took place as a vulture. The other was Buts who took place as a cobra.
The Arkansas, Canadian, Colorado, Gunnison, Laramie and North Platte Rivers.
The yellow river is called the yellow river
The Thames and the Mersey.
Giza is right on the border of Cairo - it practically is in Cairo,  right o the southern end of the Nile Delta on the Western shore.  And the river no longer runs next to Giza as it did in ancient  times. But it is not far from the Nile's shore to the Giza plateau.  Definitely within walking...
Yes, well, it pretty much is. Form the shore to the base of the  pyramid is within a few miles. And the Pyramid sits right up on top  of the Giza plateau.
yes because it is flowing upwards which means it needs more energy to travel upwards
the Channel is not a river, it is an arm of the Atlantic Ocean that separates England from France and connects with the North Sea
Rios Azuis. Located in Tocantins State.
Two rivers run through it, the Sumida and the Tama river.
Transporting goods and people.
Meander means to follow a winding course. its a bit like a zig-zag  but all rounded off and smooth curves rather than sharp angles at  the changes of direction. To 'meander along a river' suggests a  gentle walk in the countyside following a river.
Bhakra Nangal Dam is available adjoining both Gobind Sagar Lake on its left side & Satluj river on its right. It actually means the water of Gobind Sagar that is left via dams meet Satluj river in the end. Then Satluj river come across the Nangal dam and thus provide necessary drinking water and...
It could have been the use of hard drugs. This is a very easy way to spread the disease.
No. Victoria is still alive.
no it was but it may be soon
The answer to the question is Lake Eyre, a great salt lake that receives water from one-sixth of the area of Australia.
lake mac lies along the north platte river
The source of the river. The upper reaches of the river.
The Nile River Valley i believe is very good for farming because it has great fertile soil. 99% of the population in Egypt lives there
lake superior, lake Michigan, lake Huron, lake Erie and lake Ontario