Because high-gradient streams can exert large forces on the stream bed.
Because it makes the stream flow go faster.
Because it can make cupcakes.
Because of downcutting.
None of the above.
Erosion of a valley by a stream.
The area of a river valley next to the channel, which is built of deposited sediments and is covered with water when the river overflows its banks at flood stage.
The volume of water passing a point along the river in a unit of time.
A term used for a small stream.
None of the above
None of the Below
Because since high-gradient streams cut their valleys vertically downward, they go too rapidly to widen out to form floodplains.
Because since high-gradient streams can exert large forces on the stream bed, they tend to erode their valleys rapidly.
Both B & C
None of the Above
Ice Sheets/Glaciers, Groundwater, Lakes/ Reservoirs, Soil Moisture, Vapor in atmosphere, River Water
Groundwater, Lakes/Reservoirs, Soil Moisture, River Water, Vapor in atmosphere, Ice Sheets/Glaciers
Lakes/Reservoirs, Soil Moisture, River Water, Vapor in atmosphere, Ice Sheets/Glaciers, Groundwater
Groundwater, Soil Moisture, Vapor in atmosphere, Lakes/Resrvoirs, Ice Sheets/Glaciers/River Water
River Water, Vapor in atmosphere, Groundwater, Lakes/Reservoirs, Ice Sheets/Glaciers, Soil Moisture
Increases;stay the same
The gradient gets higher
The amount of time
The velocity of the stream flow
The large particles in the stream.
None of the Below.
Because they shift sides through the meandering.
Because of the amount of sediment in aquifer
Sand & Silt
Silt & Clay
All of the above
None of the aBOVE
Only scientists know
When the stream channel can not contain the discharge & water that is passing through it.
The amount of stream flow downward in a high-gradient stream.
Zone of aeration
Zone of saturation