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There are a range of landforms created as the result of fluvial deposition.The following landforms are explored on this site:

You can find out about landforms created from fluvial erosion here.

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Drainage basin hydrological cycle

Find out about the characteristics of the drainage basing hydrological cycle.

Storm Hydrograph

Hydrographs can be used to illustrate discharge. These can be used to show annual discharge patters of flow in relation to climate.

The long profile of a river

The long profile of a river shows changes in the height (altitude) of the course of a river from its source to its mouth.

Water Balance

The balance between inputs and outputs is known as the water balance or budget.  The water…

Erosion, transportation and deposition

There are three main types of processes that occur in a river. These are erosion, transportation and deposition.

Changing channel characteristics

The characteristics of a river channel change along its long profile. Changes occur in the cross profile, wetted…

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