All Water Flows River Map of the USA
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The All Water Flows River Map of the USA Shows That The Country has over 250,000 rivers. Those Rivers provide drinking water, irrigation water, transportation, electrical power, drainage, food, and recreation. According to the River Map of the USA, The longest river in the USA is the Missouri River; it is a tributary of the Mississippi River and is 2,540 miles long. But the biggest in terms of water volume is the deeper Mississippi River.
Seven Major Rivers of the USA cross or form international boundaries. The Yukon and Columbia rivers begin in Canada and flow into the United States. Two Major Rivers Map, Colorado, and the Rio Grande begin in the United States and flow into or from a border with Mexico.
Water Flows River Map of the USA
USA Major Rivers
|River||Length (km)||Length (miles)||Drainage area (km²)||Outflow||Countries in the drainage basin||The USA States in the drainage basin|
|Missouri River||3,767||2,341||1,300,000||Mississippi River||USA||Missouri, Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota|
|Mississippi River||3,734||2,320||2,981,076||Gulf of Mexico||USA||Arkansas, Mississippi, Louisiana, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Kentucky, Tennessee,|
|Colorado River||2,334||1,450||637,137||Gulf of California||USA, Mexico||California, Colorado, Utah, Arizona, Nevada|
|Columbia River||2,000||1,243||668,000||Pacific Ocean||USA, Canada||Washington, Oregon|
|Ohio River||1,579||981||528,100||Mississippi River||USA||Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky|
|Arkansas River||2,364||1,469||435,123||Mississippi River||USA||Arkansas, Oklahoma, Colorado, Kansas|
|Snake River||1,735||1,078||278,450||Columbia River||USA||Washington, Wyoming, Idaho, Oregon|
|Saint Lawrence River||1,197||744||1,344,200||Gulf of St. Lawrence||USA, Canada||New York|
|Rio Grande||3,051||1,896||471,900||Gulf of Mexico||USA, Mexico||Texas, Colorado, New Mexico|
|Yukon River||3,190||1,982||854,700||Berin Sea||USA, Canada||Alaska|
The Mississippi River is the 2nd longest river in North America. It has a total length of 2,339 miles (3,765 km) from its source to the sea. It starts flowing in the state of Minnesota and flows south to the Gulf of Mexico. The River is used primarily for transportation and it is an important commercial waterway across the globe. It connects many cities and has long been an important part of American trade.
The Colorado River starts from the state of Colorado in the Rocky Mountains and flows down into the Gulf of California. It has a total length of 1,450 miles. The river is famous for dramatic canyons, whitewater rapids, and eleven U.S. National Parks. The Colorado River and its tributaries are the primary source of water for 40 million people. There are over 30 electric power plants (water-powered) along this river!