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Farmers could not farm a field for one year, or you could do something to help control flooding. You can also put ditches around the field to catch the eroded soil.
Soil erosion's are caused when deforestation is followed. The roots of the trees holds the soil firmly underground to prevent soil erosion as well as to get nutrients for themselves from the soil. But when people starts to chop down trees erosion's will naturally follow up. Erosion is caused by the improper turning or improper treatment of soil, leading to unhealthy soil, which eventually lead to erosion. People can prevent erosion by taking proper care of the soil and tilling and turning it properly so the soil can stay healthy.

An example of controlled erosion is the cause of the flooding after Hurricane Katrina.because she was horny
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How do people cause soil erosion?

Farmers could not farm a field for one year, or you could do something to help control flooding. You can also put ditches around the field to catch the eroded soil.    

How do people impact or cause erosion?

people causes erosion by soil erosion.Soil Erosion is the loss of topsoil by carrying it away to another place.The example of soil erosion is land slide

What can people do to prevent erosion?

Pleaple can do little to prevent errorsion. However people do do things that START errosion (agriculture, deaforestation etc) - if people stoped doing these things it help.

How does people and animals cause erosion?

People and animals cause erosion simply by moving soil.    Animals might cause erosion by over grazing or burrowing, but  humans cause much more through construction,

Can planting help prevent erosion caused by rainfall?

Yes, if you plant perennials. Theoretically, annuals could be used to prevent erosion. However, most agricultural methods in use today are highly damaging to the soil. Likely