Rivers of China
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It shows the Yangtze River to the south and the Yellow River to the north. These are the two longest rivers in China. They and their tributaries cover much of China. However, there are other major rivers in China.
The Heilongjiang River flows out of China, through Mongolia and Russia.
The Pearl River can be found to the south. It's mouth is at the South China Sea.
The Brahmaputra runs through China first before entering India.
The Lancang River is the name of the part of the Mekong River that flows through China. It also flows through Myanmar (Burma), Laos, Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam.
The Tarim River is an inland river to the west of China. Tarim means 'water in the desert'.
The Nujiang River becomes the Salween River when it passes into Myanmar (Burma).
Task 1 (Geography)
L.O. to describe the features of a river
Using either the Yellow River (which was home to the Shang Dynasty) or the Yangtze River as an example, explain the following terms:
source, course, tributary, mouth
source, upper course, middle course, lower course, tributary, mouth
source, upper course, middle course, lower course, tributary, mouth, erosion, transportation, deposition