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28 March, 17:37

A drainage basin

Includes the area from which surface water flows into a stream segment.

For a river includes all the drainage basins for that river's tributaries.

Increases in size and proportion to the size of the stream or river it feeds, for the same climate.

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  1. 28 March, 18:09
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    All of the choices are correct.

    Explanation:

    A drainage basin is an area of land where all precipitation that falls will flow or drain downhill into a specific stream or drains off into a common outlet, such as into a river, bay, or other body of water; in other words, it is a network of streams and rivers that collects rainfall and surface runoff from a broad region of land and funnels the water to other rivers, lakes and oceans. It characteristic include:

    Includes the area from which surface water flows into a stream segment.

    For a river includes all the drainage basins for that river's tributaries.

    Increases in size and proportion to the size of the stream or river it feeds, for the same climate.
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