What general direction do most Texas rivers flow?
i don't give a fkcu
ok i love Texas but not Texas histroy
in what direction do the rivers of Texas flow? Heyyyy!!! That is the ? that Im asking!!!!!! Y dont u just look it up like any normal person?
South, from Turkey, through Iraq.
oklahoma's rivers flow south-east
Rivers can flow in any direction.
The Continental Divide (in North America) marks the direction (towards the Pacific or Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico) rivers flow.
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.
Rivers always flow downhill, regardless of compass direction. It is a myth that rivers "normally" flow from north to south.
most rivers in texas flow into what body of water
Erosion, tidal effect and shifts in the earths tectonic cause the flow to change direction
Rivers flow in any direction they choose, constantly shifting and changing course in their search for a lower elevation.
Rivers can flow in any compass direction, a river will always flow downhill.
Which two major Chinese rivers originate in the kunlun mountains and in what direction do they flow?
they flow west
The continental divide determines which direction the rivers flow. Water seeks to find its way to the sea by the easiest route.
The Gulf of Mexico...?
the gulf of mexaco
Rivers flow from the source, downhill to the mouth. Rivers flow and empty into the ocean, lake, sea, or other body of water.
North to the Arctic Ocean
Southeast to the Persian Gulf.
They flow to the southeast because the land is higher in the northwest.
It is a high point or ridge that determines the direction rivers flow.
It flows south and it is located east of Texas.
It is one of the few rivers that flows from south to north
How is the direction in which the Nile River flows different from the direction in which the Tigris and Euphrates rivers flow?
The Nile river flows in the opposite direction of the Euphrates and Tigris river.
Actually many rivers run north in North America. Water has no sense of direction. If flows downhill by gravity. Most rivers east of the Rocky Mountains do flow in a southerly direction because the elevation is lower to the south and they are flowing toward the Gulf of Mexico. Source: Riverlorian.com
North to south
The Fox river (in Wisconsin) flows North. The Fox and the Nile are the only two rivers in the world that flow North.
The Continental Divide in the Americas divides the flow of water between the Atlantic Ocean and the Pacific Ocean.
north of yourbutt
west to east
north to south
No. Many of the longest rivers in the world flow noth, including the longest the Nile. Others include http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/Yenisei_River, http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/Angara_River, http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/Selenga and Lena in Russia, and the Yukon in Alaska. Many huge Canadian rivers flow north too. the Seine and Rhine flow north in Europe.
Most major rivers in Southeast Asia seem to flow in the same direction. By studying the physical geography of this region, we can tell that these rivers flow from north to south because the major mountain ranges run from north to south. The rivers formed naturally between them in valleys.
from south west to north east
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.
It flows East Southeast with an occasional meander.
The Saint Lawrence river flows in North East.
Rivers flow down.
No, the rivers flow into oceans.
The bottom line is this; rivers flow down. They flow from a point of higher elevation to a point of lower elevation, driven by gravity. While we are used to many rivers flowing from north to south, this has nothing to do with the hemisphere or compass. I copy and pasted the following from Wikipedia. "A common misconception is that most, or even all, rivers flow from north to south.] Rivers in fact flow downhill… Read More
All tidal rivers. For example - the Hudson's current changes direction four times every day as ocean tides pulse upriver to the Troy dam.
it flows east source(s): wikipedia
A heart valve stops the flow of blood backwards when the heart muscle pulses. Without the valve there would be no direction to the flow of the blood.
Rivers are areas where water has been channelled through an area with banks that are higher than the waters surface. Rivers flow in a direction that is dictated by gravity which causes the water to flow or fall. Waterfalls are when flowing water from a stream or river comes to a verticle drop or drastic change in elevation causing the water to fall over the edge.
No rivers flow up elevation.
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.
As the question is not precise -  There is Saltwater River on the Tasman Peninsula in Tasmania.  All rivers contain salts of some kind.  All tidal rivers will contain saltwater - When the seas tide comes in and the river 'flows' in the opposite direction to its natural flow until it is stopped by an obstruction [such as a weir] or by the rivers own flow being stronger or the tide going… Read More