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Geomorphologists typically recognise three primary river ‘stages’:
the ‘young’ or ‘upper’, which river flows quickly in a constrained narrow valley
the ‘middle aged’ or ‘middle’ river, which flows more slowly and is meandering with a flood plain linking between the extremities of the meanders and
the ‘old age’ or ‘lower’ river, which flows slowly across...