What is an eddy?
An eddy is water that flows opposite from the normal flow of a
river. When a river's water level rises, tributaries that point in
the opposite direstion of the flow of the river will rise too. This
water will flow upstream in the tributaries and fill them to the
level of the river. In some regional areas, such as southern states
of the US, an eddy is a part of a river that is set off from the
river where the water has no flow at all unless the river is