What type of erosion formed Chimney Rock?

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What type of erosion formed Chimney Rock?

Chimney Rock:

Chimney Rock is a natural rock formation in western Nebraska. As a large structure of stone standing above the relatively flatter plains, Chimney Rock once served as an important landmark for pioneers.

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Chimney Rock was formed by many kinds of erosion, from water to wind to earthquake and lightning.

The rocks that make up Chimney Rock were first...

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