Thursday, September 11, 2014

River in the Far North

The gradient of rivers in the far North is either show shallow that the rivers show extreme meandering or it is so steep that there are extreme rapids and waterfalls. This image illustrates the meandering river formation. You might note the large amount of silt carried by the river. The huge silt deposits also show that this river is much higher during flood stage.

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