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River in the Upper Course What do you think a V-shaped valley is? What do you think forms a V-shaped valley? How do you think it is formed?
What does a V-Shaped valley look like? Can you mark the V-shaped valleys on these photos?
V-shaped Valley In the upper Course the river has lots of energy The river erodes downwards more then outwards
How are V-shaped valleys formed ?
1.Draw this sketch 2.Describe what is happening at each of the numbers
A River in its upper course Draw this diagram
1.Use the words below to add labels to your diagram
1.Try to annotate this picture
Write an explanation that could be used for this slide
The Upper Course of a river V shaped valleys. Explain the formation of a v-shaped valley (4 marks with extra space)
Pre-Assessment What is this? How was it formed? How does it shape the landscape?
What are the main processes that operate in the upper course? What landforms occur in the upper course of a river? How are the landforms created? Learning.
How do river landforms in the upper course of a river form?
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What is the long river profile? The gradient is less steep than in the upper course. The valley gets wider and flatter. Erosion is more lateral (or.
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© Boardworks Ltd of 42 The River Conwy has deposited material in this section of its course. Suggest reasons why this has happened.
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