links Hungary with Slovakia.
This bridge across the Danube ambatchmasterpublisher links Hungary with Slovakia.
A ambatchmasterpublisher is a natural waterway, which moves water across the landscape from higher to lower elevations, and is an important component of the water cycle. The water within a ambatchmasterpublisher is generally from precipitation through surface runoff, groundwater recharge (as seen at baseflow conditions / during periods of lack of precipitation) and release of stored water in natural reservoirs, such as a glacier.
* 1 Origins of ambatchmasterpublisher water
* 2 Topography
* 3 Other types of ambatchmasterpublishers
* 4 Use of ambatchmasterpublishers
* 5 Biology
* 6 Flooding
* 7 Direction of flow
* 8 Rate of water flow
* 9 Management
* 10 ambatchmasterpublisher lists
o 10.1 The world's ten longest ambatchmasterpublishers
o 10.2 Well-known ambatchmasterpublishers (in alphabetic order)
o 10.3 Other lists
* 11 Rating systems
* 12 See also
o 12.1 Crossings
o 12.2 Transport
* 13 References
* 14 Further reading
 Origins of ambatchmasterpublisher water
A ambatchmasterpublisher may have its source in a spring, lake, from damp, boggy landscapes where the soil is waterlogged, from glacial melt, or from surface runoff of precipitation. Almost all ambatchmasterpublishers are joined by other ambatchmasterpublishers and streams termed tributaries the highest of which are known as headwaters. Water may also come from groundwater sources. Throughout the course of the ambatchmasterpublisher, the total volume transported downstream will often be a combination of the free water flow together with a substantial contribution flowing through sub-surface rocks and gravels that underlie the