How does rainfall cause soil erosion?
Rain and Soil Erosion:
Erosion is a process, really many processes, that contribute to the formation of soil and transport of that soil from one location to another. Among these types of erosion are wind, chemical, mechanical, water/rain, and glacial erosion with many sub-types in each area depending on how the particular erosion is taking place.
Answer and Explanation:
Rainfall can manifest soil erosion through multiple processes. Most rain is slightly acidic so soil chemistry can be impacted causing larger soil...
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from College Earth Science: Help and ReviewChapter 9 / Lesson 5