The broadened seaward end or extension of river is called a river delta. It is a triangular tract of sediment that has been deposited at the mouth of a river.
The broadened seaward end or extension of a river is known as the delta. It is in this area that the river will deposit excess mud on its way to the sea. Much of the delta is often very marshy and divided into many small waterways.
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Any artificial waterway is a canal.A tributary is a river which flows into a larger one.
The yellow river is called the yellow river
The bottom of the river is called the river bed.
with the extension of the Chinese civilization was that it created valleys, established the great plains, the Yangtze river as well as the Himalayans.
The start of a river is called the headwaters or source; the end of a river is called the mouth.When a river flows into another river, the 'mouth' of the river is called the confluence.
the river is called the tyron river and lala river and ibi river
The source or beginning of a river is called the 'headwater'. The beginning of a river is known as the source.
There is no longer a seaport within London. You might be thinking about Tilbury Docks which are on the north bank of the River Thames about 30 miles seaward from Central London.
Answer!-Usually the start of a river is called its source and the end of the river is called the mouth.
it is called the tumber river
YES, THERE IS A RIVER CALLED CONNECTICUT RIVER.
A river of ice is called a glacier.
It's not called the River Mississippi. It's the Mississippi River.
Its called the River Don
A stream or river called that flows into a larger stream or river is called a tributary.
Yes. There is a river called the Colorado river.
The land along a river is called a river bank.
The famous river in Egypt is called The Nile River.
The start of a river is called a source.
Waht is the top of a river called
a bend in a river is called a meander.
The branch of a river is called a distributary