A water catchment area.
The land area that supplies water to a river system.
Because it is the land area that supplies water to a river system :)
it is called a watershed! ;-)
The watershed or the drainage basin.
Irrigation systems such as irrigation ditches, channels and canals artificially supply dry land with water.A river is a system which supplies dry land with water naturally, not artificially.
I am afraid not, my dear boy.
The catchment is the correct answer. Commonly folk say 'watershed' but the watershed is the boundary (ridges etc) of the catchment.
A cell like algae living on land obtains its water supplies mainly from the rain. This is through the process of condensation whereby it takes in atmospheric water vapor.
The Colorado River.
Pollution is harmful substances that damage the air,water,land,or food supplies
The land area that supplies water to a river stream.I think this is incorrect:my understanding is that a drainage basin is somthing that supplies a river or stream, a water shed is a dividing line between drainage basins?
a system of transferring water to crops using the water that is recycledAn irrigation system is an under ground system that brings more water to land.
Water from the Murray Darling system supplies several reservoirs for drinking water.
transports food and water supplies to the plant and cell.
Yes you can find water at an oasis because it is a desert land form that receives water from underground supplies.
We'll no I'm not because imagine your a desert fox, what would you do for water supplies?
Water shed Water shed
In our solar system, Earth is the only planet with any significant amounts of surface water (and land).