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geologyChapter 12

geologyChapter 12 - Chapter 12 1 The discharge of a stream...

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Chapter 12 1.) The discharge of a stream is the quantity or volume of water that moves past a given  point in a certain amount of time. 2.) A braided stream is one that has multiple interconnected channels. 3.) In which of the following areas does radial drainage develop most fully? Around a  volcano. 4.) One way streams erode is by hydraulic action which is the direct impact of water.  5.) Which one of the following is a temporary or local base level? Lake
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