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How does the river mouth affect the change of a headland and why is a river mouth vital to the formation of a spit?
Are wave-cut platform and wave cut notch an erosional landform?
Which one of the following is associated with earthquakes

Soil creep
Landslide
Soil erosion
Avalanche

Give an example of river erosion


Describe and explain the conservation of mass and energy as an important conceptual framework in the discipline of geomorphology
describe and explain the relationship between the slope on the wetland surface and the depositional feature
what is contour lines?
A large scale water transfer scheme can bring both advantages and
disadvantages.’ Explain this statement using an example you have studied
One of the most fundamental pieces to Climate Change is that since the Industrial Revolution in the 1800s, concentrations of greenhouse gases (ozone, carbon dioxide, methane, water vapor, and nitrous oxide) have increased rapidly. If these gases are vital to Earth and life on Earth (as we know it today) would cease to exist without them, then why are scientists alarming the public that their rapidly increasing concentrations are a bad thing? Why the freaking out? Remember to form your thoughts and opinions well and back them up with facts.
2. ‘The geomorphic processes of the various courses of the river profile differ’. Discuss the underlying geomorphic factors that explain the geomorphic processes of the various courses.
‘The geomorphic processes of the various courses of the river profile differ’. Discuss the underlying geomorphic factors that explain the geomorphic processes of the various courses.
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