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Why is wind erosion so harmful? It creates too many new landforms. It breaks rocks into small pieces. It destroys beaches by carrying away sand. It removes the most fertile part of soil.
Weegy: Wind erosion is so harmful because: It removes the most fertile part of soil. User: During deposition, _____. sediment is removed rocks are broken into fragments sediment is dropped off at a new location rock particles are carried away by a medium Weegy: During deposition b.sediment is dropped off at a new location. User: Which of the following is a constructive process? deposition detachment transport plucking User: ____ice erosion A.Rainstorms B.Waterfalls C.Glaciers D.Hurricanes Weegy: C.Glaciers. Glaciers ice erosion. (More)
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____ice erosion A.Rainstorms B.Waterfalls C.Glaciers D.Hurricanes
Weegy: C.Glaciers. Glaciers ice erosion. User: During detachment, _____. rock particles are transported to another location rock fragments are picked up by wind, water, or ice sediment is dropped off at a new location landforms, like beaches and sand dunes, are formed Weegy: Sediment is dropped off at a new location User: Which of the following statements is true? Deltas form in the mountains. Rill erosion happens when sand is eroded by wind. Raindrops are too light to cause erosion. Wind erosion is most problematic in dry climates. Weegy: B. Hill erosion happens when sand is eroded by wind, D. Wind erosion is most problematic in dry climates User: Plucking is caused by _____. ice water wind sand Weegy: a.ice. Plucking is when rocks get frozen to the glacier and removed, leaving behind a jagged landscape. (More)
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Soil with high amounts of _____is acidic. A.potassium B.magnesium C.calcium D.hydrogen ions
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Wind erosion removes the least fertile part of soil. true or false
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Wind erosion removes the least fertile part of soil. FALSE.
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