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WaterArea96A body which is made up predominantly of water, e.g. rivers, lakes, oceans, etc.^
SelfConnectedObject1544A SelfConnectedObject is any Object that does not consist of two or more disconnected parts.^
    BodyOfWater55A BodyOfWater is a connected body of water with established boundaries marked by either geographi...^
        Ocean5Ocean is the class containing the oceans that are the major subdivisions of the WorldOcean. Acc...^
        Sea8Sea is the class of smaller subdivisions of the WorldOcean, typically partially surrounded by l...^
        LandlockedWater13LandlockedWater includes water areas that are surrounded by land, including salt lakes, fresh wat...^
        Gulf4Gulf is the class of extensions of a Sea or Ocean that reach into a land mass or are partiall...^
        Estuary.Estuary is the subclass of BodyOfWater that represents WaterAreas where a sea or ocean Tide...^
        Inlet4Inlet is the class of bays or other recesses into the shore of a lake, sea, or river, includes ...^
        Sound.A Sound is a long, relatively narrow waterway lying along the shore of a land mass and protected ...^
        Strait1Strait is the subclass of BodyOfWater that consists of narrow water areas connecting two larger b...^
        Channel.A Channel is a narrow deep waterway connecting two larger bodies of water. May be natural or dred...^
        River3River is the class of large streams of fresh water flowing through land into a lake, ocean, or ot...^
        Creek.Creek is the class of small streams of fresh water flowing through land, usually into a River.^

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