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Water Cycle and Rivers QUIZ Watch

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    The area of the basin within which all precipitation incident to the ground will ultimately end up in that river.
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    it is a large containment structure where water is stored before beginning its long and fascinating journey to the sea.
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    When the river is let out free to behave in whichever way it wishes after 9pm.
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    The boundary between two drainage basins
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    Delta :dontknow:

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    The line that seperates drainage basins :yep:
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    (Original post by Plagioclase)
    When a river loses its energy as it reaches the ocean and is therefore no longer able to keep its sediment load in suspension. However, the strength of the river (and sediment load) has to be high enough (greater than tidal and/or wave forces) to allow the sediment to build up into the ocean, otherwise some other formation such as an estuary will form.
    A: did you Google?
    B: Is that a true or false
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    Water flowing through an area.. where do you find these questions
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    It's when the river is allowed to say f*** after 9pm
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    It's a set time which divides when mature content can and can't be shown. It's designed to protect the innocence of young rivers and streams.
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    (Original post by ThatsAGoodOne349)
    A: did you Google?
    B: Is that a true or false
    A: No, I study this stuff at uni
    B: I was too late, that was for the previous question
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    (Original post by y.u.mad.bro?)
    Water flowing through an area.. where do you find these questions
    youre a question behind?
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    The area surrounding a river that will catch rainfall that will end up entering the river
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    (Original post by ThatsAGoodOne349)
    A: did you Google?
    B: Is that a true or false
    :lol:He studies geography at Oxford.
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    (Original post by 04MR17)
    Question 6:

    What is the watershed of a river defined as?

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    Source :dontknow:
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    (Original post by 04MR17)
    :lol:He studies geography at Oxford.
    not that I knew that...
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    Question 6:

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    Entire river system consisting of drainage basin.
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    (Original post by Plagioclase)
    A: No, I study this stuff at uni
    B: I was too late, that was for the previous question
    04MR17 Can Plagio have their half point please?
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    Question 7:

    In which part of a river do interlocking spurs form?



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    (Original post by BuzzyB73)
    water again 😅
    (Original post by the bear)
    it is a large containment structure where water is stored before beginning its long and fascinating journey to the sea.

    (Original post by y.u.mad.bro?)
    Water flowing through an area.. where do you find these questions
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    It's when the river is allowed to say f*** after 9pm

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    Entire river system

    (Original post by ThatsAGoodOne349)
    A: did you Google?
    B: Is that a true or false
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    Source :dontknow:
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    It's a set time which divides when mature content can and can't be shown. It's designed to protect the innocence of young rivers and streams.
    (Original post by MiszShortee786)
    Water

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    When the river is let out free to behave in whichever way it wishes after 9pm.
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    The boundary between two drainage basins
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    The line that seperates drainage basins :yep:
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    The area of the basin within which all precipitation incident to the ground will ultimately end up in that river.
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    a deep part
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