How Does a Delta Form?


A delta is a piece of land formed at the mouth of a river. The river flows into the ocean, lake, or other rivers. The formation includes sediment which is carried to the water. This is enabled by river flow, which over time creates a land form.
Q&A Related to "How Does a Delta Form"
When Wind deposits sediments in a location.
A river delta is a landform that-as the name would imply-is found at the mouth of a river. Whether the river leads into an ocean, a sea, an estuary, another river or simply into some
Delta (geologic formation) deposit of soil or silt formed wherever a swift stream or river empties into a lake, ocean, or slower river, so called because its triangular shape resembles
The starting current of any heavy electric motor can be more than 4 times the normal load current it draws when it has gained speed and has reached its normal running output power
1 Additional Answer
A delta forms when a river that carries sediment and sand flows into a body of water like a lake or the ocean. Where they meet, the flow of water slows and the sediment is deposited there.
About -  Privacy -  Careers -  Ask Blog -  Mobile -  Help -  Feedback  -  Sitemap  © 2014