Here there is a small piece of sediment sitting on the top of a mountain.
Now there is a thunderstorm. Precipitation is pouring down on the mountain, causing the piece of sediment to roll down the hill rapidly in a mudslide, a form of mass movement.
Here, the sediment is flowing down the mountain in a stream - swiftly in a landslide - and wind is blowing, eroding the rock of the mountain.
Now, the wind has completely picked up the piece of sediment, and carried it off the mountain.
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