No, rivers flow into oceans, and "source" implies "from." Sources of rivers are found in the mountains.
Rivers do carry salt.
rivers that flow in the oceans carry the minerals
Its not possible for a waterfall to flow through the oceans in the world they only flow through lakes, rivers but not oceans
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.
From all the rivers in the world that flow into oceans.
The oceans became salty as soon as the earth was warm enough for the rivers to flow and rain to fall. Rivers carry dissolved solids from land into the oceans.
Indian and Atlantic
Surely they all do, I know some flow into other rivers, but they all reach the sea in one form or another.
Oceans, seas, reservoirs, lakes, bays
Rivers are not pure freshwater sources of water. As they flow to the ocean, they pick up small amounts of mineral salts. These slightly-salty rivers flow into the ocean, and as this is a continuous flow and there are thousands of rivers, all the salt builds up, causing the oceans to be saturated with salt. Also, because water evaporates and salt does not, the oceans get saltier over time.
Rivers do not flow into continents, they flow into seas and oceans. The Ganges is in the Indian sub-continent of Asia, and flows into the Bay of Bengal.
The Mediterranean Sea and the North Sea are two examples of European seas. However, seas do not flow into oceans. Seas are simply just branches or regions of oceans. Rivers flow into oceans.
Usually the water is made from ice in the mountains that flow into oceans by the force of gravity.
Some rivers have a lacustrine source but most river heads rise a springs. Rivers flow towards ocean sea level, they do not arise there.
over flow of rivers, oceans and lakes making new paths
Oceans and Seas. For example, the Nile River flows to the Mediterranean Sea.
Water always seeks its lowest level, based on gravity's pull on it. Rivers flow downhill and eventually flow into oceans.
England has many rivers but no oceans.
the outer space is what is composed of lakes rivers and oceans WRONG. The Hydrosphere is composed of lakes, rivers, and oceans.
Salmon live in oceans but they spawn in rivers.
Rivers within the ocean!) Rivers within the ocean refers to the oceans currents!
When rivers flow into oceans, deltas or estuaries are formed. These mixing areas are rich in wildlife and are an important ecosystem.
Given that it's the division of the North American continent the answer would have to be the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans.
The river runs through a country and finally when it reaches the end of the area of land it will flow out into the open ocean.
All of the oceans and in some Chinese rivers and the amazon
Why are rivers and oceans both barriers and roadways?
Rivers can start in oceans, mountains AND lakes!!!
what are the oceans, rivers and seas that touch jamaica
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.
Rivers flow down.
the constant flow into the oceans from ground waters, rivers, etc, and the melting of glaciers, icebergs etc. precipitation is not the only means the oceans obtains water
Oceans and seas are comprised of saltwater, and rivers are comprised of freshwater(drinkable, or potable)
That would depend entirely on the river, but eventually it all ends up in the oceans. Some rivers flow into other rivers. Some flow into Lakes which may then feed another river or rivers. Some may even seem to just disappear (usually this would be a river that empties into a lake that then feeds off into underwater streams and rivers). The end result is the same. All water on the planet eventually makes it's… Read More
Oceans are a lot deeper, bigger and contain a lot more life in it than rivers.
Well obviously the rivers and oceans.
The Amazon rainforest contains rivers, but no oceans.
No rivers flow up elevation.
One main difference between oceans and rivers is that oceans are made up of salt water while rivers are made up of fresh water. A river follows a course while oceans surround the continents and are very large.
Jellyfish live in oceans and are not found in rivers.
The Makahs, and the Chinooks got most of there food from rivers or oceans.
Rivers tend to flow with the waters coming down from mountains. Oceans tend to go with the tide because of the moon.
Both fresh water and salt water environments have currents that flow through them, and both can support a wide variety of aquatic life.
Because the oceans are at sea level and the rivers are always above sea level, meaning that water flows downhill.
Oceans Large rivers Glaciers Smaller rivers Water vapour, as in a cloud
There are many rivers that flow into the Hudson bay. Four of the larger rivers that flow into the bay are the Grande, Eastmain, Severn and Winisk rivers.
Rivers flow into large bodies of water, such as oceans, bays, or lakes. The transition between river and ocean, bay or lake is known as a delta. Most rivers have a delta, an area where the river divides into many channels and river water mixes with sea or lake water.
the oceans have tides because of the moons gravity.
The water in the oceans come from the rivers!