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CC- Aerial Photography
Erosion is the mechanical wearing away of rock. Box style
Transport is the movement of eroded material by the river. Knees up march…
Material may float in a river- called floatation. Wavy arms…
Saltation is when material is bounced along the riverbed. Clenched fist
Material may be dragged across the riverbed. Pull it down
Suspension is when material is held by the water. Warm hug
Solution is when material is dissolved in the water. Jazz hands
Deposition is when the river drops material it has carried. Please be seated…
TransportFlotationSaltationDragged SuspensionDissolvedDepositionErosion Illustrate the different processes in cartoon fashion.
River Processes Lesson 3 – page 3.
The Work of Rivers The erosional work of streams/rivers carves and shapes the landscape through which they flow. 3 functions of rivers a.Erosion b.Transportation.
CC- Aerial Photography Please answer the following questions.
River processes Learning objectives: 1.Understand the different types of weathering 2.Know what mass movement is 3.Understand the different types of erosion.
HYDROSPHERE Rivers processes, profiles and landforms.
An introduction to coasts. What is the difference between weathering and erosion? Weathering is the wearing away of rocks. Erosion is when the loose.
1 Ways moving water and ice changes the landscape.
Longitudinal profile Fluvial/River- Areas The path the river follows from its source to mouth is known as the river's course. When studying rivers we.
Sediment in Motion. Weathering The process by which rock is broken down (physical or chemical)
High Force Reservoir LO: To describe the formation of a waterfall and gorge using High Force as an exemplar.
1 Drawing things together About how the scenery is changed.
How Streams Transport Material 13.2 Stream Erosion & Deposition.
Work and Energy Energy is the ability to do work or cause change. Two Types of Energy: Potential Energy = energy that is stored in an object due to.
Ch.9 Erosion and Deposition. Section 3: The Force of Moving Water Work and Energy – Energy is the ability to do work or cause change – Two kinds of energy:
Erosion and Sedimentary Textures The specification says: Explain the influence of gravity, wind, ice, the sea and rivers on the parameters of grain size,
Section 13.2 Stream Erosion & Deposition Stream erosion The carrying away of rocks and land by running water That is how the grand canyon formed! !!!!
The Force of Moving Water
Mass Movements, Wind, and Glaciers
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