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The first 200 words of this essay...
Page 1: Aim
Page 3: Coppicing
Page 4: Hypothesis
Page 5: Geology
Page 5-8: Maps
Page 9-12: Method
Measuring the Width of the River
Measuring the Depth of the River
Measuring the Velocity of the River
Measuring the River Channel Gradient
Measuring the Pebble Size
Page 13-18: Data Presentation
Float Times of Cork
Gradient of River
Measuring the "Long Axis" Length of 10 Pebbles
Page 18-20: Conclusion
Pictures of our trip to Loughton Brook: Page 20 and over
How does a river (Loughton brook) change with distance downstream?
Aim: To investigate how a river (Loughton brook) changes with distance as you go downstream.
Sea water is heated by the sun which evaporates it and produces water vapour.
Then there are cloud formation and sea breezes blow clouds inland.
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