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How Many Courses are there in a River?
3, Upper, Middle and Lower
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Where will you be able to find the source of the river?
In the upper course
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Where is the mouth of the river located?
It is located in the lower course
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Where is the channel wide but on a steady gradient?
In the middle course
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What does relef mean in geography?
it is a term used to describe the physical features of the landscape such as, height above sea level, shapes of landscape features, steepness of slopes
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What are the fluvial processes in a river?
Erosion, transportation and deposition
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what is erosion?
pebbles, snad and mud (the load) is broken off the land as the river cuts into it
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Transportation
the eroded moves downstream, ie, pebbles, sand and mud
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Deposition
The river drop its load and builds it up at the bottom
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Where will you be able to find the source of the river?

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Where is the mouth of the river located?

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Where is the channel wide but on a steady gradient?

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What does relef mean in geography?

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