Moving water is a key part of the reshaping of land all around the world
1.Moving water is a key part of the reshaping of land all around the world. One of the biggest contributors to this reshaping is rivers. Research the Tennessee River and describe the river through an analysis of:
What is the final stream order of the river?
Is the river a perennial or intermittent stream?
Primarily what type of stream drainage pattern does the river fall under?
How does the river contribute to one of the theories of landform development (include the name of the theory)?
Note that you may be able to answer some of these questions directly from using Google Earth™, but you may also need to utilize outside resources to fully answer the questions. When using outside resources make sure to cite your resources.