Story Of A River

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TYPES OF RIVERS. THERE ARE FOUR DIFFERENT TYPES OF RIVERS.

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Ephemeral Rivers. Whenever snow melts quickly or there is an exceptionally heavy downpour, it can result in an ephemeral river. The river’s temporary quick flow can be found in desert areas where flash flooding occurs on a very irregular basis. For most of the year, these rivers’ beds remain dry because the water table is below the surface and therefore, base flow does not happen. Whenever snow melts quickly or there is an exceptionally heavy downpour, it can result in an ephemeral river. The river’s temporary quick flow can be found in desert areas where flash flooding occurs on a very irregular basis. For most of the year, these rivers’ beds remain dry because the water table is below the surface and therefore, base flow does not happen..

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Ways to Save River. We Should Not Litter Our Rivers. We should Reduce our Water Usage. We should turn off the water when we are not using it. Collect unused water for reuse. We should use River-Friendly Products Encouraging Others to Save the Rivers.