Rivers, Lakes, and Oceansby J. Phil Gibson
Water covers more than 70% of Earth's surface, and all of that water constantly moves through the never-ending water cycle. Water is a mighty force in nature that can cut through solid rock, destroy cities, sculpt mountains and coastlines, and affect climate. The power of moving water changes Earth's landscape. It creates valleys and canyons, changes beaches and shorelines, and even overtakes land developed by humans. In Rivers, Lakes, and Oceans, follow the non-stop journey of water as it rushes along in rivers and strams, travels beneath the ground, rests in lakes, crashes against coastlines, and flows into the ocean.
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