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Problem: Land Boundary Law: Water Boundaries
Which of the following terms best describes the deepest or most navigable part of a river channel?
(A) The mean high water mark
(B) The thread
(C) The batture
(D) The thalweg
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The line connecting the lowest part of a valley and the deepest part of a river is known as the thalweg. The term is also used to denote the middle of the main navigable channel.