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Edexcel gcse geography a geographical foundations controlled assessment revised edition workbook for the 2012 spec assessment (unit 4: researching geography) as part of the edexcel gcse a the extract below is part of a student's methodology section on how channel characteristics vary along a river. Does your project follow a river or other linear feature use the drawing tools in google earth to identify it path the path icon paths a path in google earth click to create a node and drag to create a line right clicking a node will delete it the thickness and transparency of the path can be altered afterwards simply locate. In our study of rivers in class we have looked at the river tees in north east england and how in its upper course it had steep sided valleys with rapids ( cauldron snout) and waterfalls (high force) in its lower course the river had a wide floodplain in which it meandered (yarm) and eventually flowed into the north sea in a.
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