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One of the four largest bodies of water on the earth ocean
A large natural stream of water river
The movement of water from the earth to air and back again to the earth be evaporation,condenstation, and precipitation water cycle
The flow of a stream of water, either in a river or throught an ocean current
The regular rising and falling of the ocean tide
The study of the ocean and the life within it ocean-o-graphy
A body of freshwater or saltwater of considerable size, surrounded by land lake
A portion of the sea extending into the land gulf
Part of a body of water that reaches into the land, smaller than a gulf bay
A narrow waterway connecting two large bodies of water strait
A narrow inlet of the sea between the steep sides of a glaciated valley fjord
A narrow strip of water extending into a coast inlet
The beginning of a brook or river source
The part of a river where its waters empty into the sea or into another river mouth
A river that flows into a larger river tributary
Land built up by deposits at the mouth of a river delta
The broad mouth of a river into which the tide flows estuary
A riverbank higher than the surrounding land levee
A large river of ice formed from snow on high ground glacier
An area where the soil is under shallow water such as a swamp, marsh, or bog wet land
Water that lies beneath the surface of the earth ground water
A usually dry tiver channel, found in desert regions, that fills with running water during a cloudburst wadi
A bed of a salt lake that contains water at irregular periods playa
The level; below which the ground is saturated with water water table
An articial waterway for navigation or irrigation canal
A place where water is collected and stored for future use, especially an artificial basin created by the damming of a river reservoir
A part of a river's course where the water rushes over rocks rapiads
A body of water encircled by a coral reef lagoon
A very powerful ocean wave, set off be earthquakes or undersea volcano eruptions, that causes great destruction on land tsunami
A floating mass of ice that has broken off from a glacier ice burge
Created by: ericagraham



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