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www.worldatlas.com/aatlas/infopage/riversno.htm

Rivers That Flow North THE FACTS: Unless the land it totally flat, rivers of water run downhill. A large percentage of the planet's river flow in a southerly direction because the source (usually in the mountains) is to the north of the mouth.If the source of a river is at a higher elevation than the mouth, that river will run from the source to the mouth.

www.thoughtco.com/do-all-rivers-flow-south-3976945

It disturbs me how often I'm asked why "x" river flows northward or for the name of three rivers that flow north. Most of these questions come from Americans who, for some reason, must presume that since the Mississippi flows south, all rivers on the planet flow south.

www.thoughtco.com/rivers-flowing-north-1435099

A common misconception about rivers is that they all flow south. Perhaps some people think that all rivers flow toward the equator (in the Northern Hemisphere) or that rivers like to flow down toward the bottom of north-oriented maps? Whatever the source of this misunderstanding, the truth is that rivers, like all other objects on earth, flow ...

www.answers.com/Q/Do_all_rivers_run_north_to_south

No, the St. Johns River in Florida runs south to north. Answer no! rivers run from their source ie mountains to an ocean or swamp or lake. to give an example, the nile river runs from south to ...

www.reference.com/geography/many-rivers-flow-north-e26505...

How Many Rivers Flow North? ... However, if the source happens to be south of the mouth, the river then naturally flows in a northward direction. Some well-known rivers in the United States that run north include the St. John's River in Florida, the Willamette River in Oregon and the Monongahela River, which starts in West Virginia and flows ...

www.thenakedscientists.com/forum/index.php?topic=1009.0

So, which way direction do (most) rivers flow in -north-to-south or south-to-north? And does it differ if you are north or south of the equator? What are the major forces that determine the direction of water flow?

www.reddit.com/r/explainlikeimfive/comments/2sp77b/eli5...

Rivers do NOT mostly run south. The Mississippi River runs south, so many people assume that most other rivers run south as well. Rivers run downhill. Period. They run just as often "downhill" north or west or east as south. Countless rivers run in every direction.

www.virginiaplaces.org/watersheds/riverrun.html

Virginia's rivers do not run due east, straight from the mountains to the Atlantic Ocean. Some run north, others flow west or south. All change direction often. The changes in direction reflect changes in bedrock in different physiographic provinces and at specific locations.

www.quora.com/Which-rivers-flow-north-in-the-US

This is the sort of question anybody can google and get the answers in nanoseconds. rivers flow north into the Great Lakes, from the south, into Hudson Bay from the south, into the Amazon River from the South - the Yukon River flows north.

www.reddit.com/r/askscience/comments/214bx8/why_do_rivers...

Why do rivers tend to flow towards the equator? (self.askscience) submitted 5 years ago by Jan_Itor_MD. Obviously some are affected by mountain ranges and other such things but it seems like most rivers in the northern hemisphere flow south and the few major ones I know in the southern hemisphere flow north. IIRC the Congo river actually flows ...