Posted by **HeythereDeliah** on Tuesday, May 24, 2011 at 6:03pm.

Why is a river that is flowing at it's base level be more likely to have meanders then canyon do? include your answer with these terms: Gradient or slope, floodplains, erosin, deposition and valley wall.

No idea,

Can someone help?

-Deliah

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