Different types of bodies of water include brooks, gulfs, rivers, lakes, seas and oceans. Bodies of water vary in size and boundaries. Several names may exist for the same type of body of water. More »

According to the Texas government infrastructure, the major bodies of water in Texas are the Gulf of Mexico, the Rio Grande and the Red River. The rivers all have basins in the state of Texas and all flow out to the Gulf... More »

The major bodies of water in Arkansas include the Arkansas River, Mississippi River, Ouachita River, Red River, St. Francis River and White River. These rivers collect water from numerous streams in the state and divide ... More »

There are several different types of natural water forms within and around the Philippines, including channels, swamps, straits, gulfs, seas, bays, waterfalls, rivers and lakes. Being an archipelago, the country's coastl... More »

Traditionally, the number seven in relation to seas is used to refer to all the oceans and seas in the world; however, over a hundred bodies of water possess the name sea. All but four seas are a part of or connect to la... More »

Oceans, seas and sea channels are all saline bodies of water distinguished by their relative sizes, with oceans being the largest, followed by seas and sea channels. Seas and sea channels also are defined by their relati... More »

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Physical features in geography include bodies of water and landforms, for example, oceans, mountains, lakes, rivers, plateaus, plains, streams, hills, bays, gulfs, volcanoes, canyons, valleys and peninsulas are all vario... More »