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How to find erosion, deposition, and weathering.

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..(~>>EROSION<<~).. THREE EXAMPLES ⏩➡️➡️➡➡️️➡️➡️⏩ Erosion- When weathered materials are carried away by wind, ice, or water.

This is an example of erosion. We found this example outside on a hill at school. ---------->

This is an example of erosion. We found this example outside on a hill at school. ---------->

This is also a picture of erosion, but showing the same example as the last picture. <-------

This is also a picture of erosion, but showing the same example as the last picture. <-------

We think this is caused by rain (water), because when it rained, the water mixed with the dirt making mud. Then the mud slid down and dried, making a ledge of dirt.

This is an example of erosion. We found it at school. We think this was caused by water. First, the rain turns the dirt into water and creates a mud stream. -------->

This is an example of erosion. We found it at school. We think this was caused by water. First, the rain turns the dirt into water and creates a mud stream. -------->

Then, the grass floats along the sream. This is the process of erosion.

This is an example of erosion. We found it outside, at school. First, these pieces of rock have been weathered away from the curb. Then, they are carried away by the wind. This is erosion.

This is an example of erosion. We found it outside, at school. First, these pieces of rock have been weathered away from the curb. Then, they are carried away by the wind. This is erosion.

.(~*DEPOSITION*~). FOUR EXAMPLES ⏩➡️➡️➡️➡️➡️➡️➡️⏩ Deposition- when materials are deposited or dropped into another location or place.

This is an example of deposition. We think this is caused by wind. We found this outside at school.

This is an example of deposition. We think this is caused by wind. We found this outside at school.

First, the wind ripped the plants out of the ground. This is the process of deposition. Then, the plants are carried by the wind somewhere else.-------->

This is the process of erosion. Then, the plants are deposited somewhere else. As you can see, they were deposited onto the concrete.

This is an example of deposition. We found it outside near the playground at school. -------->

This is an example of deposition. We found it outside near the playground at school. -------->

This is also an example of deposition. We found it outside near the playground at school ----->

This is also an example of deposition. We found it outside near the playground at school ----->

These pebbles and chunks of sidewalk and pavement have gone through the process of erosion and weathering but finally they have been dropped onto the grass and dirt. -------->

This was caused by humans and wind. First, humans walk on the pavement, and the friction causes the pieces to break off. Next, the wind carries the rocks and drops them off in the dirt.

This is an example of deposition. We found it outside. As you can see, there are twigs in the dirt that once have been attached to the trees and plants above. We think this was caused by wind. ------>

This is an example of deposition. We found it outside. As you can see, there are twigs in the dirt that once have been attached to the trees and plants above. We think this was caused by wind. ------>

First the wind blows and breaks the twigs off of the plants and trees. Next, they get carried by the wind and taken somewhere else. This is called erosion. Lastly, they are deposited.

This is an example of deposition. We found it outside at Julia's house. We think this is caused by wind. ------->

This is an example of deposition. We found it outside at Julia's house. We think this is caused by wind. ------->

First, the wind breaks down the rock, causing it to be in pieces. This is the process of weathering. Then, the rocks are carried away by the wing. This is the process of erosion. -------->

Then, the pieces of rocks get deposited somewhere else. As you can see, they have been deposited next to the curb on the road.

(~>WEATHERING<~) THREE EXAMPLES ⏩➡️➡️➡️➡️➡️➡️⏩ Weathering- The breaking down of materials by the chemical, biological, or physical process.

This is an example of weathering. We found this example outside at school. We think this is caused by wind. The wind's pressure causes the rock to bend, breaking the rock.

This is an example of weathering. We found this example outside at school. We think this is caused by wind. The wind's pressure causes the rock to bend, breaking the rock.

This is an example of weathering we found outside at school on a hill.

This is an example of weathering we found outside at school on a hill.

This is also an example of weathering. We found this outside, on a hill. We think this was caused by , water and humans. First, the rain turns the dirt into water and creates a mud stream. --------->

This is also an example of weathering. We found this outside, on a hill. We think this was caused by , water and humans. First, the rain turns the dirt into water and creates a mud stream. --------->

Then, the grass floats along the sream. This is the process of erosion. Next, the sun dries the stream up and the grass gets deposited. Now, there is a patch of dirt.

This is an example of weathering. We found this example outside at Julia's house. We think this is caused by humans or wind. The pressure and friction of the wind breaks a piece of the rock.

This is an example of weathering. We found this example outside at Julia's house. We think this is caused by humans or wind. The pressure and friction of the wind breaks a piece of the rock.

This is a picture of the same example as the one before. <--------

This is a picture of the same example as the one before. <--------

HOW TO STOP THESE THINGS⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩⏩

This is a picture of plants. We found it outside at school. We think this can stop erosion.----------->

This is a picture of plants. We found it outside at school. We think this can stop erosion.----------->

We think this because when the materials are being carried away, they get caught in the plants, causing the process of erosion to end.

This is a picture of trees. We found it at school outside. This can help stop erosion. ------>

This is a picture of trees. We found it at school outside. This can help stop erosion. ------>

We think this because when the materials are being carried away, they can get caught in the trees, causing the process to stop.

This is a picture of a black barrier. We found it outside at school. This can help stop both erosion and weathering. -------->

This is a picture of a black barrier. We found it outside at school. This can help stop both erosion and weathering. -------->

We think this can prevent weathering because this barrier can cause the things that do weathering (such as water and wind), to now be able to get to the material that is weathered. ------->

In other words, this barrier an block wind and water from a material that can get weathered. -------->

We think this can prevent erosion because when the weathered material is being carried away, it can hit this barrier and be deposited. Then, the erosion process stops.

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