Water surface

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The area of ​​water is the part of the earth's surface that has a larger, relatively immobile and coherent water surface .

These include seas , lakes , ponds , rivers and canals . These are characterized by high evaporation rates and a slow warming and cooling behavior, which compensates for atmospheric temperature fluctuations and determines a maritime climate , provided the water surface is large enough.

A water surface is called a water level when it is largely undisturbed or in a smoothed form .

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