I am writing a report for Geography about the River Tees . Where the river starts the source is this called the upper course?

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Geography

I am writing a report for Geography about the River Tees . Where the river starts the source is this called the upper course? and where it ends is this called the lower course? thanks for help

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In Geography i am learning about the River Tees.for my homework i need to do a project. The questions i need to answer are:- Q 1 ) How does the river tees effect the landscape on it`s journey from the source to the mouth? Q 2 )What process takes place in a river and how do ...

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In the river tees is the upper course at the begining where the source is and the lower course where the mouth is? thanks

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i need to label a diagram of the drainage basin of the River Tees. the words i have got to use are:- Tributary Mouth Confluence Source Reservoir Also i need to colour the diagram to show the relief of the drainage basin. A)Shade the river and its tributaries in blue B)Shade ...

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my homework assignment is to colour the tributary of the river tees but i am struggling. i don`t know where to colour. please help

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