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FG Geography Chp 2

How are rivers compared (4 ways)? length, navigability, discharge, drainage area
tributary rivers that feed other rivers
river system the main river and all of its tributaries
drainage basin an area drained by the main river and its tributaries
lakes bodies of water completely surrounded by land
seas bodies of water connected to the ocean and at least partially enclosed by land
harbors sheltered body of deep water next to a shore
What is the longest river in the U.S.? Mississippi River
What is the longest river in the world? Nile River
How have rivers played a central role in history? cities were settled along rivers to provide transportation, food and water
Wetlands areas of stagnant (standing) water and is a habitat for wildlife
Created by: tgerving