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River IGCSE
Speed Match Review Game

This game has been played 53 times
The best time ever was Rohan at 16 seconds.
The best time today is at seconds.
How To Play:
Drag the squares in the gray area and drop them in the matching squares in the blue area below.
If you drop a square in the correct spot, it will disappear.
If you make a mistake, the square will return to its original spot.
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Confluence
Water table:
Source
Bankfull discharge
Mouth
Distributary
Through flow
Watershed
Slip off Slope
Percolation
Infiltration
The beginning of the River
An imaginary line that separates adjacent drainage basins. It is generally a highlands or ridge or plateau
Downward movement of water through tiny pores in the soil.
Inner bend of a meander where water flow is slack
Horizontal movement of water through the pore spaces.
River overflows its bank and spreads of the surrounding flat land causing flood is known as
Where two large rivers meet
Beginning of saturated zone inside the ground where all the pore spaces are filled with water. It can go up and down depending on the amount of rainfall and the amount of water being used.
Where a river flows into a lake or the sea
Infiltration of water into the deeper level recharging groundwater.
A stream that branches off and flows away from a mainstream channel.

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DescriptionMatch:
The beginning of the RiverSource
Where two large rivers meetConfluence
Inner bend of a meander where water flow is slackSlip off Slope
Where a river flows into a lake or the seaMouth
A stream that branches off and flows away from a mainstream channel. Distributary
An imaginary line that separates adjacent drainage basins. It is generally a highlands or ridge or plateauWatershed
Downward movement of water through tiny pores in the soil.Infiltration
Horizontal movement of water through the pore spaces.Through flow
Beginning of saturated zone inside the ground where all the pore spaces are filled with water. It can go up and down depending on the amount of rainfall and the amount of water being used. Water table:
Infiltration of water into the deeper level recharging groundwater. Percolation
River overflows its bank and spreads of the surrounding flat land causing flood is known asBankfull discharge