What is mixed river feeding?

The mixed type is the type of river feeding when water enters the channel from various sources (snow, rain, groundwater, etc.). For example, if a river receives about half of its water from high-altitude glaciers, and the rest from rains, then we can say that it has a mixed diet. An example is the largest river in Eurasia, the Yangtze. It receives a huge amount of water from the melting of the glaciers of the Himalayas and Tibet, and takes another part of the water during the seasonal heavy rains that fall in the Chinese province of Yunan.

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