What are five features that erosion forms along a river?
Through erosion, a river that creates valleys, watefalls, floodplains, meanders, and oxbow lakes
Erosion is caused wherever there is an erosive force present: A river An ocean A strong wind A glacier In any place where these are found, you can be sure to find erosion also happening. The answer specifically could be everywhere: there are other forms of erosion, like gulley erosion, which cause erosion away from a body of water.
There are many landforms created by deposition, here are a few: Glacial features Drumlins: these are 'egg' shaped mounds created by the recession, and then return of a glacier. The glacier deposits it as a hummock, then returns and bulldozes one side, making it steep, while elongating the other by dragging it out Hummocks of moraine: these are simply mounds of fragments deposited by a glacier Fluvial (River) features Meanders: These are bends in a…