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Image:Wind scoop.jpg|'''[[Wind scoop]]''' Hollow around '''[[rock]]''' outcrop caused by wind '''[[erosion]]''' or enhanced '''[[ablation]]'''. Image:Wind scoop.jpg|'''[[Wind scoop]]''' Hollow around '''[[rock]]''' outcrop caused by wind '''[[erosion]]''' or enhanced '''[[ablation]]'''.
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 +Image:Watercourse Stream Valley.jpg|'''[[Watercourse]]''' is any flowing body of '''[[water]]'''. These include '''[[rivers]]''', '''[[stream]]s''', brooks, anabranches, and so forth.
Image:Watershed.JPG|'''[[Watershed]]''' is, in simplest terms, the area of land from which '''[[precipitation]]''' or surface '''[[water]]''' flow is drained into a receiving water body. The term is roughly analogous to "drainage basin", and are often used either interchangeably. While primarily describing the geologic/geographic drainage patterns of water, a more holistic view of the word watershed incorporates all the biotic and abiotic communities and processes contained in the drainage basin. Image:Watershed.JPG|'''[[Watershed]]''' is, in simplest terms, the area of land from which '''[[precipitation]]''' or surface '''[[water]]''' flow is drained into a receiving water body. The term is roughly analogous to "drainage basin", and are often used either interchangeably. While primarily describing the geologic/geographic drainage patterns of water, a more holistic view of the word watershed incorporates all the biotic and abiotic communities and processes contained in the drainage basin.

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