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    (Original post by 04MR17)
    Question 7:

    In which part of a river do interlocking spurs form?


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    Ahhh.... from GCSE Geography, is this in the highlands? Are they those sharp interlocking V-shaped valleys that form when a river cuts deep into high relief topography?
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    Directly after the 'Tottenham Hot' interlocking system.
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    The banks?

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    (Original post by Kindred)
    It's a set time which divides when mature content can and can't be shown. It's designed to protect the innocence of young rivers and streams.
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    yes impressionable rills & rivulets should not be shown beavers at work.
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    In the upper course
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    A valley?

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    Upper course? :dontknow:
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    (Original post by 04MR17)
    Question 7:

    In which part of a river do interlocking spurs form?



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    V-shaped Valleys
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    The part where interlocking spurs for.
    Technically I'm not wrong y'know.
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    V-shaped valleys?
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    in gorges. or rocky bits. you get the idea.
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    One of the upper course features

    edit: nvm, I got this wrong I guess. It's v-shaped valleys
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    (Original post by ThatsAGoodOne349)
    upper course
    in the uper course where there's lots of vertical erosion
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    Question 8:

    When a river runs over layers alternating between hard and soft rock, which of the following may form?

    - Rapids
    - Interlocking spurs
    - V-shaped valleys
    - Waterfalls
    - Abrasion
    - Gorges



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    (Original post by ThatsAGoodOne349)
    upper course
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    Ahhh.... from GCSE Geography, is this in the highlands? Are they those sharp interlocking V-shaped valleys that form when a river cuts deep into high relief topography?
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    Directly after the 'Tottenham Hot' interlocking system.
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    The banks?

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    :five:

    yes impressionable rills & rivulets should not be shown beavers at work.
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    In the upper course
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    A valley?

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    Upper course? :dontknow:
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    V-shaped Valleys
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    The part where interlocking spurs for.
    Technically I'm not wrong y'know.
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    V-shaped valleys?
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    in gorges. or rocky bits. you get the idea.
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    In the upper course features


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    a deep part
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    (Original post by 04MR17)
    Question 8:

    When a river runs over layers alternating between hard and soft rock, which of the following may form?

    - Rapids
    - Interlocking spurs
    - V-shaped valleys
    - Waterfalls
    - Abrasion
    - Gorges



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    Abrasions (complete (slightly intuitive) guess)...
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    Waterfalls
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