River Clyde Valley

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  • Created on: 20-04-17 10:31
How long is the River Clyde?
160km long.
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Where does it run through?
Scotland.
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Where is the source?
In the southern uplands of Scotland.
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Where is the mouth?
An estuary in the west coast of Scotland.
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Where is the source?
In the Lowther Hills, where two tributaries come together to form the River Clyde.
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Where are in the Interlocking Spurs located?
At Crawford. (300-500m high)
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The Falls of Clyde are .... waterfalls near ....... The highest is the ....... ........ at ....m high. A ...... has also been created.
The Falls of Clyde are 4 waterfalls near Lanark. The highest is the Corra Linn at 27m high. A gorge has also been created.
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Where are the meanders located?
Between Motherwell and Glasgow.
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Where is the Oxbow Lake?
Forming near the village of Uddingston.
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Glasgow is built on the ....... of the River Clyde.
Glasgow is built on the floodplain of the River Clyde.
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The land is ...m above sea level on either side.
5m
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The rivers estuary is .....km ..... of Glasgow.
The rivers estuary is 34km west of Glasgow.
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Scotland.

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