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Thorpe's Waterways

Thorpe's Florida Waterways

bay a body of ocean water or seawater that is partly enclosed by land
aquifer a layer of rock that contains water
groundwater water beneath the earth's surface
canal a waterway dug across land for travel or for moving water from place to place
waterway a body of water that boats can use
harbor a place along a coast where ships can dock safely
estuary a place where freshwater from a river mixes with salt water from the ocean
tributary a small stream or river that flows into a larger stream or river
port a place where ships are loaded and unloaded
inlet a narrow body of water leading into the land from a larger body of water
river system a river and its tributaries
sinkhole a large hole that forms when water dissolves part of the limestone layer
Created by: marythorpe