Answer to Question #81434 in Physical geography for Alex
explain a river landform that is formed from processes of erosion and deposition
When a river flows over a shallow riffle due to friction, the flow of the river becomes irregular, and the maximum stream is directed toward one side of the riverbank. This results in erosion and undercutting on one side and deposition occurs on the outside bend of the river. In such a case due to a combination of erosion and deposition, some river landforms are created.
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