Small, solid pieces of material that come from rocks that are carried away by erosion.
The areas from which water is drained.
A bow-shaped lake caused by erosion which was once a meander.
A deep valley with steep sides made by water (stream or river) flowing through it. (ex: Colorado River formed Grand Canyon)
A gap in between hills or mountains caused by moving water and usually contains a river.
Sandy hill or ridge formed by wind.
Very similar to a delta in which sediment fans out in an area from slow moving water (erosion).
v-shape valley/u-shape valley
A "V" shape valley is made by moving water. A "U" shape valley is made by moving glaciers.
A model of a river where the slope can be adjusted.
A branch of water (stream) that flows into a main river.
A type of river that is more slow moving and erodes its channel wider rather than deeper. Does not have as high of a slope as a young river.
High elevated part of a river. It erodes down at a fast speed because of the steep slope.
A valley formed by flowing water, usually a V-shape with fertile land.
Elevated land with sloping sides and a rounded top. It is smaller than a mountain.
A landform that has high elevation with a flat level surface.