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    Describe how river processes of transportation and deposition change downstream. [8 marks]
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    You should be pushing for the league title not doing geography questions lad
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    (Original post by Ekno)
    You should be pushing for the league title not doing geography questions lad
    Shush! Don't tell Claudio!
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    (Original post by Jamie Vardy)
    Shush! Don't tell Claudio!
    Hahahaha, heres a link to the changes mate
    http://www.acegeography.com/how-and-...ownstream.html
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    Hahahaha, heres a link to the changes mate
    http://www.acegeography.com/how-and-...ownstream.html
    I went on this yesterday
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    (Original post by Jamie Vardy)
    I went on this yesterday
    you just gotta say what the process is and how it happens, piece of piss lad
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    (Original post by Ekno)
    you just gotta say what the process is and how it happens, piece of piss lad
    What would your answer be?
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    (Original post by Jamie Vardy)
    What would your answer be?
    its been 2 years since i left school but itd say there are 4 processes of transportation - traction, saltation, suspension and solution, then mention what type of material each one transports. Then i'd say the reasons why rivers deposit it's loads such as flooding, shallow water inside meander, reduction in gradient etc
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    its been 2 years since i left school but itd say there are 4 processes of transportation - traction, saltation, suspension and solution, then mention what type of material each one transports. Then i'd say the reasons why rivers deposit it's loads such as flooding, shallow water inside meander, reduction in gradient etc
    Right. Thank you for your help.








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    (Original post by Jamie Vardy)
    Describe how river processes of transportation and deposition change downstream. [8 marks]
    I'm not sure if this is correct, but I'm currently learning about this topic so here goes...
    As the water flows along the river at a high speed, traction and saltation occurs. This is because the water has high energy, allowing large boulders to be carried with the water, and other rocks to be bounced off. As the water begins to lose energy, it no longer has enough energy to transport large boulders, but saltation and traction are still present. The rocks are mainly transported by suspension. The water slows down even more and reaches into a wide and flat valley where the water has no energy. Only suspension and solution occurs here.
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    I'm not sure if this is correct, but I'm currently learning about this topic so here goes...
    As the water flows along the river at a high speed, traction and saltation occurs. This is because the water has high energy, allowing large boulders to be carried with the water, and other rocks to be bounced off. As the water begins to lose energy, it no longer has enough energy to transport large boulders, but saltation and traction are still present. The rocks are mainly transported by suspension. The water slows down even more and reaches into a wide and flat valley where the water has no energy. Only suspension and solution occurs here.
    so i have got all 8 marks
 
 
 

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