The Missouri River is the longest river in North America. Rising in the Rocky
Mountains of western Montana, the Missouri flows east and south for 2,341 miles
Nov 17, 2015 ... Unless the land it totally flat, rivers of water run downhill. percentage of ... the
south of the mouth, that river will then flow to the north (downhill).
For some reason, a large segment of the population believes that by default
rivers most commonly flow south due to some geophysical property that I'm ...
Feb 10, 2010 ... What are the rivers worldwide that flow from south to north.
lol- surely the direction of flow is hardly dependant on north or south at all?
Although the earth does bulge around the equator, river flow will ...
Jun 27, 2003 ... Or is this from one of those lists: Seven Rivers That Flow North? Not saying there
are loads more. East, West and South are commoner, though.
So for "upriver" to be south of somewhere on a river that's flowing north really
seems illogical, if you have the "north on top" map in mind. Still, consider this: the
May 1, 2009 ... Actually there are many rivers in the United States which flow from south to north.
(Keep in mind that a river always flows from high elevation to ...
rivers cannot and should not flow north. Apparently, to them north is always
higher in elevation than south. The above inaccurate statements are based on
Jul 17, 2014 ... Reversing the direction of the Earth's largest river is no trivial thing, and geologis.
... western end of the continent it seems logical that South America's rivers flow
east. ... From there the water flowed north to the Caribbean Sea.