Hydrosphere

 

By the end of this topic you should be able to:

  • draw a diagram to show the global hydrological cycle
  • describe the global hydrological cycle shown on a diagram
  • explain how balance is maintained within the hydrological cycle
  • explain how water moves within drainage basins.

Use an OS map to:

  • describe the physical characteristics of a river and its valley
  • compare and contrast the physical features of two rivers and their valleys
  • annotate a base map to show the physical characteristics of a river and its valley.

With the aid of a diagram(s):

  • explain the formation of selected physical features of a river and its valley: e.g. waterfall, levee, river terrace, meander, braiding, flood plain, alluvial fan
  • explain the effects of flowing water in terms of erosion, transportation and deposition in the upper, middle and lower course of a river
  • describe and explain the patterns shown on a river hydrograph.

Hydrosphere – course notes

Hydrographs-1

Rivers on OS Maps helpsheet-1

hydrograph revision

riverfeatures

http://www.bbc.co.uk/scotland/education/int/geog/rivers/flash.shtml

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