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World Rivers

Darris's World Rivers Test

irrigation moving water from a river or lake to dry land to help grow crops
silt fine particles of soil carried by the water in a river
reservoir a natural lake, or a lake created by people, for the purpose of storing water
mouth the place where a river empties into a sea or other large body of water
delta a triangular piece of land at the mouth of a river
tributary a stream or smaller river that flows into a larger river
source the place where a river begins. It can be melting snow or ice from a mountian, a sprint
Why did people settle at rivers because rivers provide water for drinking, food, irrigation for crops, and tranportation
4 cardinal directions North / East / South / West
4 intermediate directions North-East, South-East, North-West, South-West
Created by: Pricefamily