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River deltas such as the Mississippi River Delta developed due to A. tectonic activity. B. the weathering of surface material. C. deposition of sediment by water, wind, or ice.
River deltas such as the Mississippi River Delta developed due to deposition of sediment by water, wind, or ice.
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River deltas such as the Mississippi River Delta developed due to deposition of sediment by water, wind, or ice.
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