Distinct from dams and locks, other water control structures which have their own labels.
A levee is an earthern berm, natural or man-made, intended to prevent flooding from rivers, lakes and oceans. Whereas dams and locks cross bodies of water, a levee parallels water, separating it from dry land.
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