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river deposition

give and example of river deposition oxbow lake
what stage of a river is an oxbow lake old stage/middle stage
give some examples of an oxbow lake Shannon Nor Moy
what type of erosion occurs as the meander continues to move down stream lateral erosion
how are the velocity and discharge increased a narrow neck of land separates the two outer meander banks and in time of flood they increase
once a lake had dried up what is it referred to as scar or mort lake
how does the mort lake end up disappearing completely repeated floods fill the mort lake with alluvium eventually causing it to disappear
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