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To Next Slide Unit 1 Chapter 1 Lesson 2 Rivers Change the Land 20 Questions!
To Next Slide Water beneath the Earths surface. groundwater
To Next Slide A place where a river begins. source
To Next Slide channel The deepest part of the river.
To Next Slide The place where a river empties. mouth
To Next Slide A stream that flows into a larger stream or river. tributary
To Next Slide A river and its tributaries. River system
To Next Slide Land drained by a river system. Drainage basin
To Next Slide The wearing away of the Earths surface. erosion
To Next Slide The triangle-shaped land at a rivers mouth. delta
To Next Slide High wall made of earth levee
To Next Slide A wall built across a river to hold back water. dam.
To Next Slide the height of the land elevation
To Next Slide Land that is level with the surface of the ocean. Sea level
To Next Slide Differences in elevation. relief
To Next Slide toward the rivers mouth downstream
To Next Slide Toward the rivers source! upstream
To Next Slide Thats All! Keep Sharp Minds!
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What are the key features of a Drainage Basin? Year 10 River Pressures and Processes Edexcel B Geography.
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Chapter 1 Lessons 3 & 4. Largest inlets 1.Ocean 2.Lake 3.Tributary 4.Gulf.
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Water, Another Important Abiotic Factor (just like soil)
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Chapter 2 Fresh Water Section 1 Streams and Rivers.
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Social Studies Lesson 2 Earth’s Bodies of Water. Chapter 1 Lesson 2 Essential Question What are some different bodies of water and how are they formed?
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EXIT CHAPTER CHAPTER 13.1 Streams and Rivers 13.2 Stream Erosion and Deposition 13.3 River Valleys 13.4 Flood Plains and Floods CHAPTER OUTLINE Surface.
Your book A template A stick of glue Scissors Pencil crayons- blue and brown A pen.
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Dam -A wall built across a river, creating a lake that stores water. Page 2.
Landforms 6 th Grade Geography. What are you learning: Today I will learn about different landforms and physical features So that I can recognize and.
Hydrosphere The hydrosphere is the total amount of water on Earth. The hydrosphere includes water that is on the surface, underground, and in the air.
BASIC GEOGRAPHY VOCABULARY. BAY – an inlet of land on a large body of water CAPE – point of land surrounded by a body of water CONTINENT – one of 7 large.
Changes to Land. Landforms Features on the surface of the earth such as mountains, hills, dunes, oceans and rivers.
Physical Geography by Alan Arbogast Chapter 16 Fluvial Systems and Landforms Lawrence McGlinn Department of Geography State University of New York - New.
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Chapter 13 Surface Water. Chapter 13.1 Streams and Rivers Carry over half of all water that falls on Earth’s surface to the ocean and almost all erosion.
Name that term Rivers or streams that have been broken off from the main river source in due to deposition of sediment.
LEQ: How can I determine watershed patterns and their divides on a map? Lesson Key terms: watershed, drainage basin, tributary, dendritic, elevation, headwaters,
Rivers ByEmmaHarridge. What is a river? A river is fresh water flowing across the surface of the land, usually to the sea. It flows in a channel. The.
Runoff Water that doesn’t soak into the ground or evaporate but instead flows across Earth’s surface.
Earth’s Bodies of Water What are Earth’s bodies of water?
Landforms Investigation 2 – Steam Tables. Part 1: Erosion Vocabulary – Drainage basin – a system of rivers and streams that drains an area like the Colorado.
A wall built across a river creating a lake that stores water.
Social Studies Lesson 2 Earth’s Bodies of Water. Do Now Complete the Anticipation Guide. BeforeAfterStatement 1. Water covers 50% of the Earth’s surface.
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Chapter 1 - Lesson 2 Streams and Rivers, Lakes Chapter 1 The Earth’s Bodies of Water.
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