VR images in the classroom: Rivers

These images of the Horner Water, Exmoor illustrate the river on its journey from source to mouth. The first image shows a typical upper course valley with interlocking spurs. The second picture shows a deeply incised river valley with a small waterfall and evidence of soil creep on the valley sides. At Bossington the river has reached order 4 and is very close to the sea. The final image illustrates the lagoon formed as a result of a shingle bar cutting off the river channel just before it enters the sea.

Lang Combe, Exmoor in England


Stoke Pero Woods, Exmoor in England


Horner Water at Bossington, Somerset in England


Bossington Beach in England


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