River and springs
SUBSTRATE: Often sandy, but sometimes exposed limestone, silt, or clay.
TOPOGRAPHY/HYDROLOGY: Most rivers and streams slow flowing; some panhandle rivers originate at higher elevations and are faster flowing; most springs are artesian. Of 24 major rivers, 21 flow south or west to the Gulf, 2 flow north and east to the Atlantic, and one flows south to Lake Okeechobee.
PROCESSES/DYNAMICS/ABIOTIC FACTORS: Sand-bottom streams are slightly acidic and moderately colored; swamp-and-bog streams are very acidic and darkly colored; calcareous streams are cool, clear, and alkaline; large rivers carry considerable silt and clay and are always muddy.
Endangered animal in river and springs
Human impact on river and springs.
Some things found in river and springs.
This is one of the reptiles in rivers and springs.
One this that is abiotic in river and springs is the water.
One decomposer found in river and springs are bacteria