5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Freeze-thaw weathering
- a Cracking of rocks that results from continued freezing and melting of water inside rock cracks. Causes the rocks to split apart.
- b a curved lake beside a river that once was joined to the river as a meander
- c a large stream of water which flows across the land
- d Boundary of drainage basins
- e What is the name for the substance that is responsible for changing our landscape?
5 Multiple choice questions
- The shape of a glacier
- an inland body of water
- The shape of a river Valley
- Water flowing from hard rock onto much softer rock forms what feature in some rivers?
- the land deposited by a river at its mouth, which is usually fan shaped.
5 True/False questions
Erosion → a hill slope reaching down to a river
Confluence → where a river starts
Bluff → an inland body of water
Waterfall → The river feature that results from water travelling from hard rock through to soft rock. The soft rock collapses causing this feature to form.
Mouth → the place where a river flows into a larger body of water such as the ocean