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Sediment is a small solid material that comes from rocks being eroded!
Deposition lays sediment down in a new area.
Erosion is a process where natural forces take weathered rock and move it.
The constant erosion and deposition make river formations such as meanders and oxbow lakes!
-A Meander is a loop-like bend in a river -An Oxbow Lake is a meander cut off from the river -A Delta is a sediment made landform, created when sediment is deposited where a river flows into an ocean or lake.
This happens with continually flowing water.
But what is a stream? A stream is a channel of continually flowing water down a slope.
Rills are groves made in the soild by running water. Gullies are largegrooves n the sol, and they carryrunoff after a rainstorm.
Runoff is water that flows over the earth instead of soaking into the ground.
Alluvial fans are wide deposits that slope out of a mountain range. Tributaries are streams or river that flow into larger rivers.
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