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A very good attempt dear but I think the concept of fluvial cycle to be discussed here is not Hydrological(Water) cycle that you've explained but its fluvial cycle of erosion.
Though the term "fluvial cycle" here is ambiguous as it means cycle involving water. However since this question is about the erosion caused by river water, I guess its Fluvial Cycle of Erosion.

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PS: Though you may also find references for Water Cycle that you've explained but think about this its a question about erosion by water, why would an examiner ask about water cycle in a question regarding erosion by river water.


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well i discussed water cycle under a single heading .my main focus was on erosion by river and its associated landforms even i discussed davis cycle of erosion and karst topography.i must say a very tricky question but had no other option than to atttempt this one.i left no stone unturned to present this question in a comprehensive manner. rest is luck
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well i discussed water cycle under a single heading .my main focus was on erosion by river and its associated landforms even i discussed davis cycle of erosion and karst topography.i must say a very tricky question but had no other option than to atttempt this one.i left no stone unturned to present this question in a comprehensive manner. rest is luck
This relates to DEVIS cycle of erosion.
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Where is Mount Etna(volcano) located.
Italy or Sicily
in some books it is written as Sicily(Italy)
Whereas in others it is written as Italy(Sicily)
i think both these options Sicily as well as italy were given in the paper.What should be the correct answer.
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