How Are Meanders Formed ? - Geography

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How are meanders formed?

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River meanders are bends of longitudinal courses. S-shaped meanders which are common to most rivers result when a channel-forms a curved path. These are the result of both erosion and deposition work of rivers.
Meanders generally form under conditions of a gentle slope and sufficient water in rivers. The river flow is diverted by an obstruction allowing the river to do lateral erosion work.

Concept: Denudation
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Morning Star ICSE Class 9 Total Geography
Chapter 10 Denudation
Short Answer Questions | Q 7
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