Weathering, Erosion, and Deposition.
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This is a straight river with no curves. Rivers do not stay straight for long though. There are many ways the straightness of a river can change.
This river, on the other hand, has multiple curves and is like most other rivers. Lots of weathering caused this river to curve and turn.
These rocks by the ocean were most likely place here by erosion and deposition. Erosion is the process of carrying weathered material, which in this case is the rocks, and deposition is the process of dropping or depositing that material.
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