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Drainage pattern. Like a tree, with progressively bigger rivers, all ending into one large river at the bottom.
When sediment is dropped by a river. When a river slows down, material can no longer be carried and get deposited on the river bed.
The elevation to which a river has the ability to erode its bed down to, everywhere along its course, Lowest elevation to which the stream can erode downward, for many streams, the water surface level of the body of water into which they flow
Process of selection and separation of sediment grains according to their grain size (or grain shape or specific gravity).
a low plain adjacent to a river that is formed chiefly of river sediment and is subject to flooding
a crescent-shaped lake (often temporary) that is formed when a meander of a river is cut off from the main channel
a mixture in which particles of a material are more or less evenly dispersed throughout a river
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