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In bottomlands where water is plentiful, soil is often ____. a. thin c. thick b. rocky d. light
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User: In bottomlands where water is plentiful, soil is often ____. a. thin c. thick b. rocky d. light

Weegy: In bottomlands where water is plentiful, soil is often THICK.
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User: Soil erosion occurs ____. a. where animals eat away all the plants c. on steep slopes b. when forests are removed d. all of the above

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ALL OF THE ABOVE. Soil erosion occurs where animals eat away all the plants, when forests are removed, and on steep slopes.
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