A drainage system is important as it serves as a water management system. This will be used in removing water where it is not required and directing it to the required areas.
There are lots of possible answers,A drainage basinA watershedA drainage systemDendritic drainage patternTrellis drainage patternParallel drainage patternRectangular drainage patternRadial drainage patternAnnular drainage patternDiscordant drainage patternA spring headTributariesConfluencesA river system
* In geomorphology, a drainage system is the pattern formed by the streams, rivers, and lakes in a particular watershed. They are governed by the topography of the land, whether a particular region is dominated by hard or soft rocks, and the gradient of the land. See: Drainage system (Geomorphology).* In agriculture, a drainage system is an intervention to control waterlogging aiming at soil improvement for agricultural production. See: Drainage system (agriculture).* In industrial and residential areas, a drainage system is a facility to dispose of liquid waste. See: Sustainable urban drainage systems and Sewage.
Drainage Basins are open systems. This is because they are open to input from outside the system. For example: Rain which evaporated from outside the system, could travel through the atmosphere, before dropping as precipitation (rain/snow) into the drainage basin. This means extra water has entered the system. Drainage basins also lose water. This is because all drainage basins fuel a river, which then leads to the sea. This means water escapes the system. An example of a closed system is the hydrological cycle.
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