Are there any important rivers or lakes for Montana?
seriously? that is a stupid question. of coarse rivers were important you idiot. infact they are still important because without rivers (and lakes) we wouldnt have any fresh water. last time i checked people cant drink salt water without purification which wasnt available a long time ago so thats why they were so important
New Zealand has many lakes, mainly of volcanic origin in the North Island, and of glacial origin in the South Island. Three lakes (at least) are of landslip origin, Waikerimoana in the North, and Lochnagar and Green Lake in the south. There are a number of significant rivers, too many to list here, but there is a list of NZ rivers and their lengths in wikipedia.org.