The word fluvial is used in geography and earth science to refer to all topics related to flowing water. Geography (from Greek γεωγραφία - geografia) is the study of the Earth and its lands features inhabitants and phenomena Earth science (also known as geoscience, the geosciences or the Earth Sciences) is an all-embracing term for the Sciences related to the planet Water is a common Chemical substance that is essential for the survival of all known forms of Life. Fluvial usually refers to rivers, streams and sometimes through flow, overland flow and percolation. "Riverine" redirects here For the use of that term in Maritime geography, see there A stream is a body of Water with a current, confined within a bed and stream-banks Surface runoff is a term used to describe when soil is infiltrated to full capacity and excess Water, from Rain, Snowmelt, or other sources flows In Physics, Chemistry and Materials science, percolation concerns also the movement and filtering of fluids through porous materials Fluvial may also refer to glaciers and oceans, though these are usually known as glacial, oceanic and coastal. "Glacial" and "Glaciation" redirect here For the geological periods see Glacial period. An ocean (from Greek, ''Okeanos'' (Oceanus) is a major body of saline water, and a principal component of the Hydrosphere. "Glacial" and "Glaciation" redirect here For the geological periods see Glacial period. The coast is defined as the part of the land adjoining or near the Ocean.
Common applications are fluvial processes and fluvial landforms.
it is also related to multistory deposits
(See landform for complete list. Erosion is the carrying away or displacement of solids ( Sediment, Soil, rock and other particles usually by the agents of currents such as wind Downcutting, also called erosional downcutting or downward erosion or vertical erosion is a geological process that deepens the channel For definition and other use disambiguation see Saltation In Geology, saltation (from Latin, saltus, "leap" In Chemistry, a solution is a Homogeneous Mixture composed of two or more substances In Chemistry, A suspension is a Heterogenous fluid containing Solid particles that are sufficiently large for Sedimentation. An atoll (pronounced /ˈætʌl/ is an island of Coral that encircles a Lagoon partially or completely A shoal or sandbar (also called sandbank) is a somewhat Linear Landform within or extending into a body of Water, A drainage basin is an extent of Land where Water from Rain or Snow melt drains downhill into a body of water such as a River, A cave is a natural underground void large enough for a human to enter In Geography and Geology, a cliff is a significant vertical or near vertical rock exposure Confluence, in Geography, describes the meeting of two or more Bodies of water. A delta is a Landform where the mouth of a River flows into an Ocean, Sea, Estuary, Lake or another river An estuary is a semi-enclosed Coastal body of Water with one or more Rivers or Streams flowing into it and with a free connection to the open ||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||}A floodplain, or flood plain, is flat or nearly flat land adjacent to a Stream or River that experiences occasional or periodic For the song see CANYONMID. For the band see Canyon (band. A canyon (rarely cañon) or gorge For the song see CANYONMID. For the band see Canyon (band. A canyon (rarely cañon) or gorge A guelta is a peculiar type of Wetland, typical of desert regions This article refers to the landform For other uses see Gully (disambiguation. An island (ˈaɪlənd or isle (/ˈaɪl/ is any piece of land that is completely surrounded by water in two dimensions above high tide and isolated from other significant A lake (from Latin lacus) is a Terrain feature (or Physical feature) a body of Liquid on the surface of a world that is localized to the Dike (constructionEmbankmentA levee, levée, dike (or dyke) embankment, floodbank or stopbank is a natural or artificial A meander in general is a bend in a sinuous watercourse also known as an oxbow loop or simply an Oxbow. An oxbow lake is a U-shaped lake water body formed when a wide Meander from the mainstem of a River is cut off to create a lake A point bar is a depositional feature of Streams. Point bars are found in abundance in mature or meandering streams A swimming pool, swimming bath, wading pool, or simply a pool, is an artificially enclosed Body of water intended for Swimming or A riffle (also known as a swift) is a shallow stretch of a River or stream where the current is above the average stream velocity and where the water forms small "Riverine" redirects here For the use of that term in Maritime geography, see there A spring is a point where Groundwater flows out of the ground and is thus where the Aquifer surface meets the ground surface A stream is a body of Water with a current, confined within a bed and stream-banks Stream terraces are relict features such as Floodplains from periods when a Stream was flowing at a higher elevation and has downcut to a lower elevation In Geology, a valley (also called a vale, dale, glen or strath and near or in Appalachia, a draw) is A waterfall is usually a geological formation resulting from water often in the form of a Stream, flowing over an Erosion -resistant rock A drainage basin is an extent of Land where Water from Rain or Snow melt drains downhill into a body of water such as a River, )