basin of the river

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  • This quantity, distributed equally through the basin of the river, would cover its entire area to a depth of more than five inches. Cited from The Earth as Modified by Human Action,by G.P.Marsh
  • The drainage basin of the river is also fairly large.
  • The sun had not yet risen when they came out of the willows to the broad shallow basin of the river. Cited from The Untamed, by Max Brand
  • It is mainly rural and is situated largely in the basin of the River Erne.
  • Totleben village and its lands are located in the basin of the river Osam.
  • The basin of the river is separated from South Park to the south by Kenosha Pass.
  • The upper basin of the river receives heavy snowfall in the winter, which is usually enough to feed the river and its tributaries year round.
  • The extension of the basin of the river is about 569 square kilometers.
  • The basin of the river entirely belongs to the zone of continental subarctic climate.
  • It is located at 770 m above sea level near the karst basin of the river Lika.
  • The towns and cities along the lower basin of the river are some of the oldest in Florida, and their histories have centered on the river.
  • The basin of the river spread out, dotted with numerous islands, which Dr. Ferguson devoured with his eyes. Cited from Five Weeks in a Balloon, by Jules Verne
  • Bihar lies in the river plains of the basin of the river Ganga.
  • Then, swamped from bow to stern, half turned over, wrecked and broken, we swept into the peaceful basin of the river below. Cited from The Trail of '98, by Robert W. Service
  • Another significant Kidan city was Bars-Hot in the basin of the river Kerulen.
  • A navigation always shares the drainage basin of the river.
  • The Valdarno is the valley of the river Arno, although it does not apply to the entire basin of the river.
  • The remainder is part of the broad drainage basin of the River Great Ouse and its tributaries.
  • Grey there was of deciduous trees in the basin of the river, and dull green of spruce firs that grew up elsewhere. Cited from What Necessity Knows, by Lily Dougall
  • Today, Bars-Hot in the basin of the river Kerulen.
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