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Capture of the Headwaters of the River by Tributaries of
Relation between the Course of the River and its Tributaries
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Aberdeen alluvial fan Ballater basin Beinn a Bhuird Ben-y-gloe boulder-clay Braeriach Bridge Cairngorms Cambus Clachnaben Clais Fhearna Fault corries course Culter Dee Valley Deeside denudation Devil's Point Dinnet direction drainage drained east eroded erosion feet Feshie Feugh flat flowing Gairn Garchory Garrol Geldie Geol glacial glacial stream glacier Glen Dee Glen glacier Glen Tilt gradient granite Hill hollow Ice Age ice-erosion ice-movement ice-sheet ice-worn intake joints kames Kinnord lake lateral moraine Leuchar Burn Loch Muick Lochan Lochnagar lower main valley materials Mathieson mile Morven Murtle occupied open reach origin overflow channel overwash deposits P. J. Anderson partly Photo post-glacial Potarch pre-glacial Prof quartzite Quoich retreat river rock-gorge sand and gravel Scenery schists schmelzwasser Scotland scree Section Sheet side slope Slugain solid rock Spey steep surface Tarland terminal moraines terraces tributaries upper valley-wall vertical View water-worn waterfall watershed weathering