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At the same time, in a landform far, far, away . . .
A river flows past some rocks. It slowly drags away sediment, and ebbs away at the stone.
The sediment is taken along and goes with the river. It moves from its old location.
The sediment is dropped off at a new location where it is placed to eventually form a new structure.
A river erodes this land similarly.
Acid rain also weathers the land chemically.
A glacier drags away sediment that sticks to it.
Later on, the glacier will melt, leaving the sediment at a new location.
Wind takes and carries sediment.
The wind will eventually deposit the sediment and help create a new landform.
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