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Erosion occurs when a rock is carried away from where it was weathered. It makes the rock fragments rounded and small.
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How do most wind erosion occur?

Deflation

How does wave and beach erosion occur?

Wave erosion occurs when waves wear down rock in the ocean floor and turn them into sand. This is how some beaches' sand is made. The waves will also pick up rocks and throw t

How does erosion occur from strong waves?

The waves come and crash into the cliff or side of a hill. Then because of the force of the waves and the sudden change of texture from dry to wet the rocks and dirt brake awa

Why does erosion occur on the outside of a river?

erosion occurs on the outside of rivvers because of the forces of moving water push out or (erode) the landscape, to allow water the flow easier and create more room. the grou

Why does erosion occur on the moon?

it doesn't happen on the moon ... there no wind , water or any thing else that causes erosion on the moon :)

Does weathering and erosion occur on the moon?

Not like on Earth. The moon has no atmosphere, so there is no wind or air at all to cause erosion. However, the moon is bombarded with objects in space that normally would bur

What are 3 ways erosion occurs?

The 3 major means of erosion are wind, water, and gravity (mass movement). There are 3 types of erosion: mechanical, chemical, and thermal. Mechanical erosion is the physi

What are four ways erosion occurs?

waterwindfrictionglaciers
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How does deflation occur in wind erosion?

deflation is the lowering of land surface, that results in the winds removal of suface particles.

Soil erosion occurs when?

  rainfall and runoff displace soil particles from inadequately protected surfaces.