River Tees (Geo Active 330)

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To accompany the GeoActive sheet about the River Tees.

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River Tees (Geo Active 330)

  1. 1. River landforms: Example of the River Tees S.Rackley
  2. 2. What are the landforms and processes along a typical river? What examples can we use from the River Tees? Name 1 type of landform found in each section of a river drainage basin. To describe, step by step how a waterfall and a meander forms. To use an OS map to identify at least 2 river landforms.
  3. 3. Location
  4. 4. Source
  5. 5. Upper-Course: High Force
  6. 6. http://www.cleo.net.uk/resources/displayframe.php?src=309/consultants_resources%2F_files%2Fmeander4.swf Middle-course: Meanders
  7. 7. Lower-course
  8. 8. Tees Estuary (Mouth)
  9. 9. Activities Questions 1 & 2 from GeoActive sheet For Question 3, do the waterfalls sheet instead Question 4 (OS map provided) & 5 from GeoActive sheet. Homework Research a river landform in preparation to teach it to a small group!
  10. 10. Name 1 type of landform found in each section of a river drainage basin. Upper Middle Lower To describe, step by step how a waterfall and a meander forms. To use an OS map to identify at least 2 river landforms.

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