two examples of different geographical features from a river

  two examples of different geographical features from a river

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Well it depends on which part of the river you're looking at. The upper-course river features (the part where the river starts high in the mountains) include steep-sided V-shaped valleys, interlocking spurs, rapids, waterfalls and gorges. Middle-course river features include wider, shallower valleys, meanders, and oxbow lakes. Lower-course river features (where the river begins to reach sea level) include wide flat-bottomed valleys, floodplains and deltas.
chloe
17 May 2011
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