riverlike

riverlike

(ˈrɪvəˌlaɪk)
adj
resembling a river
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Above each lock and dam is a lake that tails down into more riverlike conditions before it reaches the next impounded area.
Moreover, deep, riverlike canyons snake across the ocean floor (SN: 1/1/05, p.
Three thousand years later, modern oceanographers confirm the world ocean is connected in riverlike fashion; using a schematic known as the ocean conveyor belt, they portray Okeanos as a M6biuslike ribbon winding through all the ocean basins, rising and falling, and stirring the waters of the world.
The new eastside park would have a small aquatics center with some play areas, a couple of water slides and a riverlike attraction.
But we go on, making turns, crossing riverlike streams and pondlike puddles that take over after the asphalt has ended.
There appears to be a riverlike stream of fast material below the polar regions.
Radarsat maps also reveal how ice shelves, moving through riverlike ice streams, reach the ocean and splinter into icebergs.
Recent analyses of the seafloor topography off the coast of Virginia suggest that these currents also play a large and widespread role in carving and sculpting riverlike networks of undersea canyons there.
The riverlike edge repeats in other features of the stone-covered patio.
But one resident complained that the detour route - across Lost Canyon Road - left some drivers to maneuver through riverlike conditions.
But it is the riverlike features on Venus that are forcing scientists to rethink what it is that constitutes and causes volcanism.