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   Hierarchy of Top of the AAT hierarchies Top of the AAT hierarchies
   Hierarchy of Objects Facet .... Objects Facet
   Hierarchy of Built Environment (hierarchy name) ........ Built Environment (hierarchy name)
   Hierarchy of Settlements and Landscapes (hierarchy name) ............ Settlements and Landscapes (hierarchy name)
   Hierarchy of landscapes (environments) ................ landscapes (environments)
   Hierarchy of natural landscapes .................... natural landscapes
   ........................ bodies of water (natural)
   ............................ anchorages
   ............................ aquifers
   ............................ bays (bodies of water)
   ............................ bights
   Hierarchy of bodies of freshwater ............................ bodies of freshwater
   Hierarchy of <bodies of freshwater by biome> ................................ <bodies of freshwater by biome>
   Hierarchy of <bodies of water by state> ............................ <bodies of water by state>
   ................................ abandoned watercourses (geographic features) [N]
   ................................ former bodies of water
   ................................ ice floes
   Hierarchy of intermittent bodies of water ................................ intermittent bodies of water
   ................................ lost watercourses [N]
   ............................ cenotes
   Hierarchy of channels (water bodies) ............................ channels (water bodies)
   ................................ cutoffs
   ................................ lake channels
   ................................ marine channels
   ................................ navigation channels
   ................................ passes (channels)
   ................................ river beds
   ................................ stream channels
   ............................ coves (bodies of water)
   ............................ fiords
   ............................ fishing areas (hydrographic features)
   ............................ fords
   ............................ glaciers (bodies of water)
   ............................ gulfs (bodies of water)
   ............................ guts (bodies of water)
   ............................ harbors
   ............................ headwaters
   ............................ icebergs
   ............................ icecap depressions
   ............................ icecap domes
   ............................ ice caps
   ............................ ice sheets
   ............................ ice tongues
   ............................ inlets
   ............................ lagoons (bodies of water)
   Hierarchy of marine bodies of water ............................ marine bodies of water
   Hierarchy of <marine bodies of water by biome> ................................ <marine bodies of water by biome>
   Hierarchy of meanders (water body components) ............................ meanders (water body components)
   ................................ oxbows (meanders)
   ............................ narrows (watercourse)
   ............................ pack ice
   ............................ passages (bodies of water)
   Hierarchy of ponds (water) ............................ ponds (water)
   ................................ fishponds
   ............................ pools (bodies of water)
   ............................ reaches
   ............................ riverbanks
   ............................ river mouths
   ............................ salt lakes
   ............................ seas
   ............................ shallows
   ............................ snowfields
   ............................ sounds (bodies of water)
   ............................ straits
   ............................ waterholes
   ............................ whirlpools
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