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Geologists define a stream as any body of running water that moves downslope under the influence of gravity in a narrow and defined channel on Earth's surface. Streams are also found on the ground surface in caves and underneath and inside glaciers (large bodies of ice that formed on land by the compaction and recrystallization of snow and that survive year to year). Rivers, creeks, brooks, and runs are all streams. Most sources define a river simply as a large stream; creeks, brooks, and runs are simply small streams. For this discussion, stream will be used to refer to all of these bodies of running water.

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