If a wave moves from one side of the lake to the other does the water move across the lake?
A river is a large stream of fresh water that flows across land and empties into an ocean, lake, or some other body of water.
yes.even if it looks like it does not, the water in a lake moves every time the wind blows
Across = a través across the lake (on the other side of the lake) = a través del lago a través de
It is on the other side of the lake you have to surf across the lake after the lake is able to surf on
What are the processes water moves through in order as it moves from the surface of a lake to a cloud in the sky?
Yes,because it transfers energy from one place to another making a disturbance.
the open-water zone
screens across the end of the pipe keep out fish, garbage, and other debris as water is drawn in
river or lake
yeah 1 foot of ice is pretty strong if you plan on driving across a lake or any other frozen body of water.
get a Pokemon that knows surf, get the badge for it and surf on the water
cuz she want to get to the other side...
The lake was frozen, so the dog was crossing solid ice
Lake Erie is across Sandusky Bay from Lake Erie, probably 2 or 3 miles by water. Traveled it many times in a boat.
The moon dimly shone across the dark blue water of the lake. ~ Singer
Lake Superior across is 350 miles or563km.
In Omen of the Stars book 1, beavers build a dam across the river upstream, which causes the lake to dry up.
Water moccasins and other snakes fill the water.
As a preposition, across can be used in many ways. Some examples of opposites in use: We can get to the other side across the lake or around the lake. We can travel to Spain sailing across the ocean or flying over the ocean. We will make it across the chasm or fall into the chasm. You may use the phone across the room or up the stairs. We can travel across the country or… Read More
What property of water makes it possible for some insects he skate across the surface of a river or lake?
from florida bay to lake okechobee
one way that lake water can leave a lake is it can evaporate and the other two you tell me I have no clue>
No. It has a lake, named Lake Burley Griffin. The Molonglo River which flows across the Molonglo plain has been dammed to form the body of water in the centre of the city called Lake Burley Griffin.
Water wave crests decrease in height when they are observed farther from the source because the energy that was used to create them is being distributed over a broader front. A rock thrown out into a lake creates a disturbance, and the wave travels out across the lake in all directions. As it moves farther out into the lake, a larger and larger area of water is carrying the energy. A fixed or finite amount… Read More
lake Erie is the first... and any other great lake i guess.
lake nicaragua? not too sure though- they also have fresh water sharks there
No, Lake Michigan is definitely a lake. A river is defined as "A large natural stream of water emptying into an ocean, lake, or other body of water and usually fed along its course by converging tributaries."
-- meters (depth or distance across it) -- liters or cubic meters (volume of water in it)
An Oasis is a lake that travelers across the Sahara would get water from. The Sahel is a grassland
Have surf and go to Cherry Grove city and swim across the lake and talk to the guy. He will give you the mystic water item
No, it is a glacial lake. Lake Erie formed from thousands of years while glaciers advanced and retreated across the land. This made 5 basins which filled with water over thousands of years, forming The Great Lakes.
example of water surrounded by land is lake but not absolutely because there is a lake and other bodies of water like seas or oceans connected by rivers.
"sea" is a synonym for "ocean", which is an extremely large body of salt water. A "lake", on the other hand, is a smaller body of fresh water.
It comes out of Lake Erie on its way to Lake Ontario. Lake Erie is fed from the other Great Lakes.
The rise and fall of lake michigan's water, and any other lake or ocean is called a wake.
Trinity River, Bachman Lake, White Rock Lake, Joe Pool Lake
Lake water is unpurified & unfiltered. This means that there could be all sorts of bacteria and other harmful stuff for you that your body would not take well. It is better to drink purified/filtered drinking water, not pool or lake water.
you can but it is unwise due to the size of the lake.
The Akosombo dam across the river Volta spill across a vast area to create lake Volta.
There are 2 state capitals that border another state, and both are water borders. Trenton ,New Jersey , has a river border with Pennsylvania, which is across the Delaware River. Carson City , Nevada, has a lake border with California, that is in the middle of Lake Tahoe.
Other than going for water; none
The opposite of a lake is a river,because a lake is like a circle that doesn't let water out and a river is a line that lets the water flow into other oceans (I'm not saying that a lake is is a perfect circle or that a river is a straight line). (:D)
The Salton Sea, in southern California.
Go to the closest doctor and tell them what happened, what lake you drank from and other details. --teamhoyt
There are two main types of water flows that empty into a lake or sea. One type is a river and the other type is a creek.
The large body of water that is located on the western border of Kenya is Lake Victoria. The lake is located in three other countries too.
This is because when the wind hits the water it moves it kind of creating a ripple effect. Its like the same reason how white caps happen in a big lake.
its all to do with the hydrological cycle. the water from a lake is evaporated by the sun and as this condensation is warm it rises. the warm air then moves to areas where the air is cold and cools, condenses and forms rain clouds.