This is an example of weathering because the ground was dug out by either water or wind.
This is an example of Weathering because there is a step sort of thing and that was dug out by water and or wind.
This is an example of Weathering because as you can see the root outlines a step and that was formed by either wind or water breaking through the soil.
This is an example of erosion because the soil looks like it was being pushed down the slope by wind or water.
This is an example of erosion because the soil and other materials were broken up into pieces and carried down to the ending point.
This is an example of erosion because if you look closely at the photo you can tell there has been streams of water eroding the area.
This is an example of deposition because the particles have been deposited into the pile at the bottom of the hill.
This is called deposition because the soil is piled up because of erosion and weathering, this is called deposition.
This is an example of deposition because the soil has been deposited at the end of this slope.
How to stop Weathering, Erosion and Deposition.
This curb would stop erosion from depositing shrapnel into the street , this is why there is a puddle before the street comes.
This mini fence will stop shrapnel from going into the wood chips. This is why the mini fence would prevent Weathering, Erosion and Deposition.
These steps would prevent Weathering, Erosion and deposition because it is a big mass of concrete that the weathered materials would not be able to go over.
Now you should know how to spot Weathering, Erosion and Deposition in nature.
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