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Speed and direction determine velocity

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Three factors are most important in determining the average velocity of a stream. One factor is the GRADIENT,or slope of the stream.Another factor is the DISCHARGE,or volume of water in the stream.Generally,as either the slope or the discharge of a stream increases,the velocity increases. The third factor involved is the STREAM CHANNEL SHAPE,the shape of the bed of rock or loose materials that confine the stream.



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