Rapids are categorized in classes, generally running from I to VI.While class I rapids are easy to navigate and require little maneuvering, class VI rapids pose threat to life with little or no chance for rescue. River rafting sports are carried out where many rapids […]
Rivers are lifelines of our planet!
What are rivers?
Rivers are very diverse bodies of the water. Flow from the hills to the plains in different forms. River morphology describes how does river look like. Please follow and like us:
What is the river, what’s the stream, brook, creek…we encounter these term so many time, often in a different meaning. What in reality is the distinction between a large stream that is a river and smaller bodies of the running water? Please follow and like […]
Floods are natural phenomena which we can’t entirely prevent, so we have to adapt. Flood protection comprises both technical and ecological approach. Please follow and like us:
River erosion if one of the most potent agents in sculpting the surface of the Earth. The enormous energy of the water causes destabilizes the riverbed. As a result, rivers cut their own valleys deepening and widening them over long periods of time and carrying […]
Rivers are very complex hydrologic systems, not just the water between the banks, what is a common idea for most of the people. Please follow and like us:
A river or a stream is a body of running water that is confined in a channel and moves downhill under the influence of gravity. It’s the most powerful geologic agent in sculpting the Earth surface and extremely important. Please follow and like us:
In recent years, we have seen terrible images of the destruction from the floods. Here I will refer the flooding from the river. The water has destroyed homes and other property, even human lives. But, what is the story with the floods? Please follow and […]
The dams are often advertised as a cheap and green energy source, but this is far from the truth. They have a range of negative effects. Please follow and like us:
Wetlands act as nature’s water filters. The Ecological Society of America estimates that they can remove up to 60 percent of the metals in water and up to 90 percent of the sediment from urban and agricultural runoff. Please follow and like us: