Stream Table Instructions
- Date of Publication
- January 25, 2022
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The objective for this activity is for students to understand stream flow processes, such as erosion, deposition, and formation of deltas. Also, to understand why streams meander, the impact of bank erosion and the value of riparian vegetation, what a flood plain is and how it helps protect against flooding, and the definition of a "model"-including its limitations for simulating real-world conditions. This activity is suited for students in grades 4 and up. (2 pages)
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