Summers - rivers dry up due to the hot sun, winter - the river gets very cold and water starts freezing, monsoon - water gets muddy, due to heavy rains rivers start over flowing
They erode the banks.
They erode the landscaping around them.
Scientists say that rivers and streams begin in the mountains
Rivers always lead to the ocean, but streams can to. Usually streams lead to lakes, bigger streams or rivers.
There are no rivers but there are streams.
Small streams flow into rivers and the rivers flow to bigger rivers.
Rivers and streams occur in every climate in the world.
Majority of rivers and streams have fresh water flowing in them.
Wisconsin has more than 12,600 rivers and streams
the is always changeing in rivers and streams never the same about 66 to 77
Beavers and otters are herbivores and live in rivers and streams.
what region has fast moving rivers and streams
there are 35 streams if you search for are there rivers in Cyprus it will say 35 streams but give 26 rivers :D
Streams join together to become rivers. Then the water from the rivers and streams will eventually run into the ocean or a lake.
Streams and rivers flow down a long path and ponds and lakes stay in one place and not flowing like streams and rivers.
Erosion changes the surface by creating rivers, streams and valleys.
one main primary consumer in streams and rivers are FISH
Both streams and rivers can be considered the trunk of a river system.
the water that flows into rivers,streams,and lakes is.RUNOFF
Streams are merely tributaries of rivers. A river is the wider channel into which smaller creeks, streams and rivers flow. (Streams do not flow out of rivers.) Streams carry water from higher sources, emptying into the river. As more streams empty into a river, it tends to become broader, simply because of the greater volume of water it is carrying.
the water in the streams and rivers wear away at the banks and the rocks in the water flow.
Rivers and streams provide water for evaporation. They affect the water cycle.
streams are very small rivers, small amounts of water.