The Yalu (Amnok) River

The Yalu (Amnok) River

The Yalu, or Amnok, River forms a large portion of the border between China and North Korea.

What Is The Hydrologic Cycle?

What Is The Hydrologic Cycle?

The Hydrologic Cycle, or the Water Cycle, refers to the continuous circulation of water within the Earth’s hydrosphere.

The Danube River

The Danube River

Originating in the Black Forest of Germany, at 1,777 miles long the Danube is Europe's second longest river.

What is Urbanization?

What is Urbanization?

Rural to urban migrations have been characteristic of the past several centuries, and have changed landscapes globally

The Finlay River

The Finlay River

The Finlay River flows for 260 miles in the northern interior of the Canadian province of British Columbia.

The Syr Darya River

The Syr Darya River

The drought-prone Syr Darya flows for almost 1,400 miles in Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, and Kazakhstan.

The Yukon River

The Yukon River

The Yukon courses along for almost 2,000 miles in Alaska in the US, and Yukon and British Columbia in Canada.

The Yamuna River

The Yamuna River

The increasingly polluted Yamuna River is one of the largest, most commercially important, and sacred of all rivers in India.