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        Rivers | Science Trek

        This video segment from IdahoPTV's Science Trek takes you down Idaho's Snake River as it explains river formation, use, and terminology. What is an inner and outer bank, an oxbow, a meander and what makes rapids, are some of the questions that will be answered.

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        Rivers: Video Short

        How do rivers form? Ho do rivers change our world? Take a ride on a river and find out more about this force of nature.

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        Rivers: Web Show

        A river is freshwater flowing across the landscape. Rivers have a beginning and an end. They forever change a landscape. Host Joan Cartan-Hansen and her guests, James McNamara at Boise State University and Elowyn Yager, at the University of Idaho will answer students’ questions about rivers.

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        Rivers: Full Show

        Rivers have a life. They change the land through which they flow. They give us water to drink, energy we convert to electricity, and a place for plants and animals to live. But where do they start? How do they change? Learn More about Rivers on this episode of Science Trek.

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