How are tornadoes related to weathering, erosion, and deposition?

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How are tornadoes related to weathering, erosion, and deposition?

Weathering:

The constant forces of nature combine to wear away at all rocks on Earth, breaking them down into soil. This process can be rapid, or it can take millions of years of weathering.

Answer and Explanation:

Tornadoes are related to weathering and erosion because they are tremendously destructive forces. Their high winds, far stronger than normal wind...

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