WATER. — LARGE BODY OF WATER THAT WILL EVENTUALLY EMPTY INTO THE SEA OR OCEAN RIVER. — SMALLER BODY OF WATER FLOWING IN A CHANNEL STREAM. — A RIVER THAT FOLLOWS A WINDING PATH MEANDER.
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—LARGE BODY OF WATER THAT WILL EVENTUALLY EMPTY INTO THE SEA OR OCEAN • RIVER
—A RIVER THAT FOLLOWS A WINDING PATH • MEANDER
-A fan-shaped mass of sediment, especially silt, sand, gravel, and boulders, deposited by a river when its flow is suddenly slowed. _____typically form where a river pours out from a steep valley through mountains onto a flat plain. Unlike deltas, they are not deposited into a body of standing water. • Alluvial fan-
-the flat area bordering a river, composed of sediment deposited during flooding • FLOOD PLAIN-
A RIVER OR STREAM THAT FLOWS INTO ANOTHER STREAM, RIVER OR LAKE (BODY OF WATER) TRIBUTARY—