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Rivers erode, carry, and deposit sediments.

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    Deposition by Streams

    Deposition by Streams

    by CK-12 //basic
    How rivers carry and deposit sediments.
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    Running Water: How It Erodes and Deposits

    Running Water: How It Erodes and Deposits

    by CK-12 //basic
    Explores the relationship of running water to the land and the characteristics found in youthful, mature, and old streams.
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    Deposition by Streams Quiz - MS ES

    Deposition by Streams Quiz - MS ES

    by CK-12 //basic
    Reviews the transport of sediments in surface water and the landforms created by stream and river deposition.
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  • Real World Application
    Making Sand

    Making Sand

    by CK-12 //basic
    Beach sand is made of minerals that are resistant to erosion, like quartz. Minerals that are found in rock nearby or that comes down in rivers are the source materials.
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