Do all rivers flow to the East?
No. Whoever says that does not know what they are talking about. The Mississippi River, for example, flows South, Southeast, and East.
oklahoma's rivers flow south-east
All the Himalayan rivers flow through Indus and Ganga basin. They flow into the seas. They meet Arabian Sea in West and Bay of Bengal in east.
Rivers west of the continental divide flow into the Pacific Ocean while rivers east flow into the Atlantic.
Rivers can flow in any direction.
rivers flow west because the elevation on the west side is higher then the elevation on the east side thats why rivers generally flow from west to east
What extends from Alaska to New Mexico and divides rivers that flow east from rivers that flow west?
Rivers to the west of this line flow into the pacific ocean rivers to the east flow into the Atlantic what is its name?
The Continental Divide.
Rivers that are east of the Mississippi and flow into it are: Wisconsin River, Saint Croix, and Ohio.
In North America, rivers east of the Continental Divide flow into the ATLANTIC ocean. This was a Daily Geography question, wasn't it? ^^
In the USA, the "continental divide" is the Rocky Mountains range of mountains. East of that, all rivers flow to the Atlantic Ocean or the Gulf of Mexico. West of the "Continental Divide", rivers flow west into the Pacific Ocean.
There is a few differences in the East flow and the West flow of the river in the Peninsular Plateau. The East flowing rivers drains into bay of Bengal and the West drains into Arabian sea.
Kabani, Bhavani and Pambar
Deccan plateau is surrounded by western and eastern ghats. Western ghats are at higher elevation than eastern ghats, hence rivers flow from west to east
Most of the rivers originates from east flow towards south or sourtwest but only Narmada & Tapi rivers flow from east to west because of the faulted zones and drain into Arabian sea. ( if you know better answer than this please add). and it also passes through a rift valley between vindhya and satpura ranges
At the top of the Appalachian Mountains is a ridge. Rivers east of then ridge flow to the Atlantic, while rivers west of the ridge flow west to the Mississippi and the Guld of Mexico. The Proclamation Line was all my the top of that ridge.
It is an irregular division of the US between the western side and the eastern side, and it is much closer to the Pacific coast. It is the point at which some rivers flow east and others flow west. On the Pacific side the rivers flow west or north or south. On the Atlantic side the rivers flow north or south or east. The continental divide is roughly contiguous with the Rocky Mountains.
The Platte River which drains northeast to its confluence with the Missouri River which then drains to the Mississippi. Then The Arkansas River and the Rio Grande River. They all flow east and drain to the Gulf of Mexico in the Atlantic watershed. firstname.lastname@example.org
The bay that all of India's rivers flow into is the Bay of Bengal. Indian rivers are regarded sacred and have spiritual importance.
The Continental Divide is the watershed. east of the Divide rivers flow east, south or north. West of the Divide, rivers flow west, north and south. The Continental Divide is the Rockie Mountains.
Three rivers flow through the country of France. There is the Seine River, in the north, and the Saone River, and the Rhone River to the east and south.
There are no oceans in the US... do you mean rivers? In any case, the East, Hudson, Mississippi and Susquehanna rivers alike flow into the Atlantic.
All of the rivers in Siberia tend to flow north. These rivers flow north as they being pulled to drain into the Arctic Ocean.
It flows into the Atlantic Ocean .
Rivers do not flow upstream. All rivers follow gravity downstream. That's why its called "upstream" its going AGAINST the normal flow of the river.
Is it true that most rivers rivers in the northern hemisphere flow south and the rivers in the southern hemisphere flow south?
You would have to look very hard at many maps to answer this one, but at first glance I don't think that it's true. What about all those rivers that run East/West, or West/East? What about the River Severn which starts off running NorthEast, but ends up running SouthWest? What about the Yellow River in China which altered course in 1852 over its final 300 miles, previously flowing East with a bit of South, now… Read More
A river can't flow THROUGH another river but can merge with other rivers. There are some smaller rivers which flow into the River Thames including the Cherwell and Wey. The River Thames eventually flows into the North Sea east of London.
They all flow into the Pacific.
yes, or they flow into a lake
All rivers DON'T flow in the same direction, in the sense of North or West, but they do all flow down hill because that is the way gravity and water interact.
Because of tides coming from from NYC, the Hudson flows both ways. The native Americans who lived in the area called it Muhheakantuck, the river that flows both ways. When the tide comes in, it flows north. chicogo river None. All rivers flow forwards. However, some rivers in the North American continent flow primarily to the north, which is generally considered to be not typical of rivers in North America, since the higher elevations are… Read More
Many flow towards the Atlantic Ocean, but some flow to the Arctic Ocean.
Continental divide (it's located in the Rocky Mountains!)
All of the rivers in Wisconsin flow into the Gulf or the Great Lakes. One of the largest rivers in Wisconsin, that does flow into the Gulf of Mexico, is the Mississippi River.
I would think they all flow to the Gulf of Mexico.
What range that divides Australia's rivers into those that flow eastward and those that flow westward?
The Great Dividing Range extends down Australia's eastern coastline and along the south east. This range divides the rivers into eastward and westward flowing rivers.
Surely they all do, I know some flow into other rivers, but they all reach the sea in one form or another.
All Rivers end up in the sea Not all of them. Rivers flow to the lowest point on land in their area (which is usually the sea) but some flow into lakes (longest river in Europe does this) and some flow into inland deltas and evaporate (okovango delta)
The Nile River flows north, most large rivers flow south, or east or west.
Almost all of the rivers in Ecuador rise in the Sierra region and flow east toward the Amazon River or west toward the Pacific Ocean. Major rivers include: * Pastaza River * Napo River * Putumayo River Source: Wikipedia
There are 44 rivers in Kerala. 41 of the rivers flow westward and the other 3 flow east. Many of the rivers are fed by monsoons and made into rivulets. Some rivers are not big in length and many dry out in summers months. The monsoons may play a huge role behind so many rivers existing in Kerala.
No. Easy answer. Rivers flow from higher elevations to lower elevations, typically to larger bodies of water.
All rivers in the in the united states flow south besides the red river in North Dakota area.
majority of china's rivers flows west to east;so yes the chang jiang river flows west to east
all rivers lead to the ocean ...
Water always seeks its lowest level. That means it runs downhill. North, south, east, and west mean nothing to a river. Down is all that matters.
Rivers and streams that flow in to a larger river are called tributaries. They all form in the same spot.
Small streams flow into rivers and the rivers flow to bigger rivers.
Many rivers, especially small rivers, flow into other rivers which eventally flow into the sea or an ocean.
The East Lyn and West Lyn Rivers both flow into the Bristol Channel at Lynmouth.