(Learning Modules / Mathematics / Bridges) A channel carrying water from its source (a lake or spring) to where it is needed. The gradient of an aqueduct has to be extraordinarily constant (typically to within 10cm per km of aqueduct) for the flow to be reliable.
(ak´wә-dukt″) any canal or passage. cerebral aqueduct a narrow channel in the midbrain connecting the third and fourth ventricles and containing cerebrospinal fluid. cochlear aqueduct a small canal that interconnects the scala tympani with the s... Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/21001