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The river Tees

The river Tees is one of England's most spectacular rivers, and contains many features we have studied.

The source of the river Tees is Cross Fell, the highest point on the Pennine moorland at 893m above sea level. The area recieves over 2000mm of precipitation. Infiltration rates are low.

The river is joined by many tributaries throughout its course

Upper course

  • Valley cross section is steep sided and V shaped and the long profile has


Hollie Compton


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