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.
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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.
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