Braided River - s one of a number of channel types and has a channel that consists of a network of small channels separated by small and often temporary islands
Canyon - a deep valley with very steep sides - often carved from the Earth by a river.
Cape - a pointed piece of land that sticks out into a sea, ocean, lake, or river.
Cave - a large hole in the ground or in the side of a hill or mountain.
Channel - a body of water that connects two larger bodies of water (like the English Channel). A channel is also a part of a river or harbour that is deep enough to let ships sail through.
Cove - a small, horseshoe-shaped body of water along the coast; the water is surrounded by land formed of soft rock.
Delta - an area of land shaped like a triangle where a river deposits mud, sand, or pebbles as it enters the sea. A delta is often (but not always) shaped like a triangle.
D rainage Basin is an extent of land where water from rain and melting snow or ice drains downhill into a body of water
Estuary - an estuary is the wide part of a river where it joins a sea.
Fjord - A fjord is a long, narrow sea inlet that is bordered by steep cliffs
Floodplain - is flat or nearly flat land adjacent to a stream or river that experiences occasional or periodic flooding
Geyser - A geyser is a natural hot spring that occasionally sprays water and steam above the ground.
Gorge - A narrow valley with steep walls. Often has a stream or river running through it.
Gulf - a part of the ocean (or sea) that is partly surrounded by land (it is usually larger than a bay).
Gully - is a landform created by running water eroding sharply into soil, typically on a hillside
inlet - is a narrow body of water between islands or leading inland from a larger body of water
Island - a piece of land that is surrounded by water.
Isthmus - is a narrow strip of land connecting two larger land areas
Lagoon - a shallow body of water that is located alongside a coast.
Lake - body of liquid on the surface of a world that is localised to the bottom of basin
levee , embankment or floodbank is a natural or artificial slope or wall to regulate water levels
Marsh - a type of freshwater, brackish water or saltwater wetland that is found along rivers, pond, lakes and coasts. Marsh plants grow up out of the water.
A meander in general is a bend in a river flow
Oasis - is an isolated area of vegetation in a desert, typically surrounding a spring or similar water source
Oxbow Lake (billabong) - is a U-shaped body of water formed when a wide meander from the main stem of a river is cut off to create a lake
Peninsula - a body of land that is surrounded by water on three sides.
Pond - a small body of water surrounded by land. A pond is smaller than a lake.
Rapid - is a section of a river where the river bed has a relatively steep gradient causing an increase in water velocity and turbulence
Riffs – small rippled waves in a stream or river
Ria - is a landform often referred to as a drowned river valley
River - a large, flowing body of water that usually empties into a sea or ocean.
Spit - is a deposition landform found off coasts. At one end, spits connect to land, while at the far end they exist in open water
Spring - is any natural occurrence where water flows on to the surface of the earth from below the surface. Thus it is where the aquifer surface meets the ground surface.
Stack - is a geological landform consisting of a steep and often vertical column
Strait - a narrow body of water that connects two larger bodies of water.
Stream - a flowing body of water with a current, confined within a bed and stream banks. A stream may be referred to as a branch , brook , beck , burn , creek , kill , lick , rill , river syke , bayou , rivulet , or run
Swamp - a type of freshwater wetland that has spongy, muddly land and a lot of water. Many trees and shrubs grow in swamps.
Tombolo - an island is attached to the mainland by a narrow piece of land such as a spit or bar
Tributary - a stream or river that flows into a larger river.
Wadi - is the Arabic term traditionally referring to a valley. Sometimes called a dry riverbed
Waterfall - is a place where flowing water rapidly drops in elevation as it flows over a steep region or a cliff
Watershed - A ridge of high land dividing two areas that are drained by different river systems
Wetland - A wetland is an area of land that is often wet; the soil in wetlands are often low in oxygen. Wetland plants are adapted to life in wet soil. There are many types of wetlands, including: swamp, slough, fen, bog, marsh, moor, muskeg, peatland, bottomland, delmarva, mire, wet meadow, riparian, etc.
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