Parts of a River System?


River system refers to an aggregate of streams and channels that drain into a river basin. A river consists of several basic parts, originating from headwaters or a spring at the source, that flow into the main stream namely: streams, tributaries and channels.
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A river system is an aggregate of stream channels draining to a river basin. It consists of the main river which has many small tributaries emptying their water in it. For example, River Thames has eight tributaries; Leach, Churn, Coln, Wind rush, Kennet, Evenlode, Ock, and London, before it drains into the North Sea.
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