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Landforms Created by Water erosion

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Emily Hartman

on 24 November 2014

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Transcript of Landforms Created by Water erosion

This waterfall is called the Dorothy Waterfall. The running water shapes the rocks next to it. It can also pick up rocks and carry it away.
In this picture the river is next to a forest. The river is taking away rocks that are on the side. The water is also taking away the soil.

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The Grand Canyon has rivers that flow through the valleys. The side of the rock can be hit by water and it can take rocks away with it. It can also overflow the sides of the river and take rocks that way too.
Landforms Created by Water erosion

By: Emily Hartman
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