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Erosion is the removal and transportation of weathered and nonweather materials by A) running water B) wind C) ice D) all of the above
Erosion is the removal and transportation of weathered and nonweather materials by: running water, wind and ice.
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Erosion is the removal and transportation of weathered and nonweather materials by: running water, wind and ice.
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