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  • A meander is a curve in a river formed by sideways erosion.
  • Meanders bend are found in lower areas of the river's journey to the sea.
  • Erosion on the outside of the meander bend, where water is deeper and the river flows faster, and deposition on the inside of the bend, mean…


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