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that is about water and impact about it

upstream where the water comes from <uphill>
downstream where the water goes to
river source farthest point upstream
river mouth farthest point downstream , were is the water enters to another body of water
tributary contributes water to a larger body of water
floodplain flat area likely to flood
fertilizer fishes die from the eutrophication
litter/trash chock wildlife (bird,turtle)
pesticides poisons animals high on the food chain biomagnification
fresh water has no salt in (all river and water on the land,(mostly) )
salt water in the sea or in ocean and mostly some of lakes
brakish water in estuaries <like galveston bay)
Created by: arsamrafiee