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River landforms can be divided into upper, middle and lower course features. These include steep V-shaped valleys, oxbow lakes and flood plains, respectively.
Which course of a river is associated with wide flat-bottomed valleys, floodplains and deltas?
Which feature is created as a waterfall retreats?
How many courses are rivers usually divided into?
V-shaped valleys, interlocking spurs and waterfalls are usually found in which part of a river?
Which one of these features do you associate with the lower course of a river?
What is formed where a river in its upper course winds around hard rock forming a series of tapering ridges?
When a river runs over alternating layers of hard and soft rock what is created?
What features are created when a river erodes laterally creating large sweeping bends in the river channel?
When alluvium (silt) builds up on the banks of a river, what are formed?
Which of these is NOT a type of river delta?