One of the holes in floor or other plates to permit water to flow through.
A flowing water body: ranging in size from a creek to a river, for example.
A definite channel with bed and banks within which concentrated water flows continuously, frequently or infrequently.
a natural or artificial channel through which water flows
A channel, having defined bed and banks, down which surface water flows on a permanent or semi-permanent basis or at least, under natural conditions, for a substantial time after periods of heavy rainfall within its catchment. It is a general term including:~ River A watercourse that conveys relatively large flows. Under average coastal and tableland condition, rivers typically have continuous flows. Creek (Stream) A smaller watercourse than a river which usually forms the link between a drainage line and a river in a natural catchment flow path.
A lake, river, creek, stream, wash, arroyo, or other channel over which water flows at least periodically. "Watercourse" includes specifically designated areas in which substantial flood damage may occur.
Includes all rivers, streams, ditches, drains, cuts, dykes, sewers (excluding public sewers) and passages through which water flows.
A natural, well defined channel produced entirely or in part by intermittent or continuously flowing water.
a natural body of running water flowing on or under the earth
a conduit through which water flows
a river, stream, ditch or culvert and passages through which water flows
means a lake, river, creek, stream, WASH, arroyo, CHANNEL, stormwater CONVEYANCE system, or any other topographic feature, with well-defined banks, beds, or boundaries, on or over which stormwaters flow at least periodically.
A system of surface and underground waters that constitute, by virtue of their physical relationship, a unitary whole and that flow into a common terminus
A stream, river, or canal. The channel, bed, or route along which this flows.
Any natural or man-made stream, pond, lake, wetland, coastal wetland, swamp, or other body of water. This includes wet meadows, marshes, swamps, bogs, and areas where groundwater, flowing or standing surface water, or ice provide a significant part of the supporting substrate for a plant community for at least five months of the year, as defined in 310 CMR 15:01. Boards of Health can adopt the definition of wetlands in 310 CMR 10.0 or broader language in Title 5 as a "watercourse" in determining setbacks.
Any minor or major lake, river, creek, stream, wash, arroyo, channel or other topographic feature on or over which waters flow at least periodically. Watercourse includes specifically designated areas in which substantial flood damage may occur.
a stream of water; natural or man-made channel through which water flows.