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Which of the following accurately describes rill erosion? A. Runoff removes soil and loose sediment in thin layers. B. Runoff from heavy rainfall forms narrow, shallow channels. C. A raindrop hits the ground and displaces the surrounding soil. D. Fast-moving water from heavy rainfall forms deep channels.
Runoff from heavy rainfall forms narrow, shallow channels. -accurately describes rill erosion.
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Runoff from heavy rainfall forms narrow, shallow channels. -accurately describes rill erosion.
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