The River Freshie at Cairngorms, Scotland, is an example of a braided river.
The Mississippi is a meandering river. Braided rivers are relatively shallow and slow moving except in times of flood. Unlike the Mississippi, they seldom are navigable by large boats.
Brahmaputra is a braided river because it one of the number of channel type and has a channel which consists of network of small channels which are separated by small islands which braids.
The dumping of sediment as the gradient of the river channel gets less.
A braided river is one of a number of channel types and has a channel that consists of a network of small channels separated by small and often temporary islands called braid bars. Example: Waimakariri River-New Zealand..
The sediment load is large and the river gets confused and breaks up into smaller channels with a branching, but braided look.
Riverine islands are formed when a river has a braided channel and by the deposition of sand and silt carried by the river.
the channel which form by the flowing of river in a pattern
Braided rivers are formed when sediment and gravel are carried down the river and deposited to form flat basins between the mountains and coastal plains.
Not braided, but twisted
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