how are lakes ponds and rivers alike?

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Answered: What is the categoric difference between a river and ocean?

the difference is that A river is a natural watercourse, usually freshwater, flowing toward an ocean, a lake, a sea or another river. .. while an ocean is a large body of water constituting a principal part of the hydrosphere

Answered: Rivers

It seems that the river was there before people were so there is not much information about how it started, read here . Lewis Clark also talks about the history of the river, and there is a photo of the mouth of the river, click here . i hope that helps

Answered: Year round houseboat living, lake powell, any ...

I don't believe there is a rule about year round living on Powell. Time share house boats go all year long. Pump out and fresh water is free. Antelope point has one stop service, you can fuel, pump out and get water all at the same place. Plus, they have the best service and a great, on the ...

Answered: Muddy Clay Pond

Muddy clay ponds are usually the artifact of poor or no planning. This should be a lesson to most people about the real complexities of ponds. Aeration may clear the pond only if the soil chemistry is suitable. Otherwise it will continuously muddy the water. With hindsight, the best answer for ...
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