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Rivers Gallery: Thames Sailing Barge
Thames Sailing Barge
Rivers Gallery: The River Westbourne running through Sloane Square tube stat
The River Westbourne running through Sloane Square tube stat
Rivers Gallery: Map / England & Wales 1857
Map / England & Wales 1857
Rivers Gallery: En Pleine Folie at the Folies Bergere
En Pleine Folie at the Folies Bergere
Rivers Gallery: Harpers Ferry, Wv
Harpers Ferry, Wv
Rivers Gallery: Canada - Kicking Horse River, southeastern British Columbia
Canada - Kicking Horse River, southeastern British Columbia
Rivers Gallery: Model of a Norfolk Wherry
Model of a Norfolk Wherry
Rivers Gallery: Boulters Lock
Boulters Lock
Rivers Gallery: Inland navigation of England and Wales by
Inland navigation of England and Wales by
Rivers Gallery: Brooklyn Bridge over East River, New York City, USA
Brooklyn Bridge over East River, New York City, USA
Rivers Gallery: Hybernia Nunc Irlant. Ireland. Map
Hybernia Nunc Irlant. Ireland. Map
Rivers Gallery: Winter in Tientsin (Tianjin), China
Winter in Tientsin (Tianjin), China
Rivers Gallery: The Railway Suspension Bridge at Niagara Falls
The Railway Suspension Bridge at Niagara Falls
Rivers Gallery: Ferry boat on the Colorado river at Needles, California
Ferry boat on the Colorado river at Needles, California
Rivers Gallery: River Thames
River Thames
Rivers Gallery: Down the Severn in a Sheep Trough
Down the Severn in a Sheep Trough
Rivers Gallery: Wales / River Dovey
Wales / River Dovey
Rivers Gallery: England / River Waveney
England / River Waveney
Rivers Gallery: The River Otter
The River Otter
Rivers Gallery: World Map / Leipzig Codex
World Map / Leipzig Codex
Rivers Gallery: Japanese River Scene
Japanese River Scene
Rivers Gallery: Book of the Dead / 35
Book of the Dead / 35
Rivers Gallery: Al-Fayoum in the Fayoum Oasis, Egypt
Al-Fayoum in the Fayoum Oasis, Egypt
Rivers Gallery: Arctic tundra in spring - an aerial view from a helicopter
Arctic tundra in spring - an aerial view from a helicopter
Rivers Gallery: RUSSIA - North Urals Mountains, Aerial, view
RUSSIA - North Urals Mountains, Aerial, view
Rivers Gallery: Landing stage at Rio Nunez (Nunez River) in Bok鬠Guinea
Landing stage at Rio Nunez (Nunez River) in Bok鬠Guinea
Rivers Gallery: Travelling through Somalias savanna
Travelling through Somalias savanna
Rivers Gallery: Norias at Orontes River in Hama, Syria
Norias at Orontes River in Hama, Syria
Rivers Gallery: Bridge over the Orontes River in Hama, Syria
Bridge over the Orontes River in Hama, Syria
Rivers Gallery: Barada river in Damascus, Syria
Barada river in Damascus, Syria
Rivers Gallery: Main street and Queiq River in Aleppo, Syria
Main street and Queiq River in Aleppo, Syria
Rivers Gallery: Orontes River in Antakya, Turkey
Orontes River in Antakya, Turkey
Rivers Gallery: Fountain of Four Rivers, 1651, by Bernini. The river-god Dan
Fountain of Four Rivers, 1651, by Bernini. The river-god Dan
Rivers Gallery: Piazza Navona Fountain
Piazza Navona Fountain
Rivers Gallery: Ongar Union Workhouse, Stanford Rivers, Essex
Ongar Union Workhouse, Stanford Rivers, Essex
Rivers Gallery: Zimbabwe (Rhodesia) - Pungwe Falls
Zimbabwe (Rhodesia) - Pungwe Falls
Rivers Gallery: African Elephants - drinking
African Elephants - drinking
Rivers Gallery: Red-breasted Goose - female by nest with 5 eggs
Red-breasted Goose - female by nest with 5 eggs
Rivers Gallery: Max Rivers Studios of Stage Dancing advertisement
Max Rivers Studios of Stage Dancing advertisement
Rivers Gallery: Plan of the Battlefield of Bannockburn, Scotland, 23-24 June 1314
Plan of the Battlefield of Bannockburn, Scotland, 23-24 June 1314
Rivers Gallery: Place Lavigerie at Bayonne, France - River Nive
Place Lavigerie at Bayonne, France - River Nive
Rivers Gallery: Shadows of a Great City by Joseph Jefferson and L R Sherwell
Shadows of a Great City by Joseph Jefferson and L R Sherwell
Rivers Gallery: Vintage photograph WW II - British army soldiers cook meal
Vintage photograph WW II - British army soldiers cook meal
Rivers Gallery: 101st AB Division Memorial, Son, Holland
101st AB Division Memorial, Son, Holland
Rivers Gallery: 101st Airborne Division Memorial near Eindhoven
101st Airborne Division Memorial near Eindhoven
Rivers Gallery: 101st Airborne Division Memorial, Veghel, Holland
101st Airborne Division Memorial, Veghel, Holland
Rivers Gallery: New Railway Bridge, Pimlico, London 1860
New Railway Bridge, Pimlico, London 1860
Rivers Gallery: 3rd Para Sqn & 3rd Canadian Para Bn Plaque, Divette stream
3rd Para Sqn & 3rd Canadian Para Bn Plaque, Divette stream

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Rivers are an essential part of the natural environment, providing a source of water and energy for many species of plants and animals. They also provide a means for humans to transport goods, travel, and irrigate crops. Rivers have been used as a source of sustenance since ancient times, with many civilizations relying on them for food and transportation.

Rivers provide habitat for fish, birds, amphibians, reptiles and other aquatic organisms. They also play an important role in the hydrological cycle by carrying water from higher elevations to lower ones where it can be stored in reservoirs or released into the ocean. In addition to their ecological importance, rivers are also important sources of recreation such as fishing or rafting.

Rivers can be classified according to their size: large rivers such as the Amazon or Mississippi; medium-sized rivers like the Colorado; small streams like those found in mountain regions; and even tiny creeks that may only flow during certain times of year. The shape of a river is determined by its course – how it winds through hillsides or valleys – as well as its speed (which is affected by factors such as elevation changes).

The health of any river system depends on how much pollution it receives from human activities such as farming or industry. Pollution can come from runoff containing fertilizers or pesticides that enter waterways after rainfall events; industrial waste discharged directly into rivers; sewage overflows caused by stormwater runoff; oil spills from ships; and even garbage dumped directly into waterways by people living nearby. All these pollutants can cause harm to aquatic life forms living in the river system if they become too concentrated over time due to lack of dilution with fresh water inputs from upstream sources like snowmelt or rainfall events.

In order to protect our valuable freshwater resources we must take steps towards reducing our impact on them through better land use practices that reduce runoff pollution entering waterways (such as planting vegetation along stream banks) and improved wastewater treatment processes at factories discharging effluent into rivers downstream from populated areas. We must also work together at local levels to ensure that everyone has access to clean drinking water so that we don’t have communities relying on polluted sources for their daily needs which could lead to serious health problems down the line if left unchecked!