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Hi today we are going to be talking about weathering, erosion, and depostiiton
First, water can weather things down like this statue behind me and later on as it keeps getting rained on you won't be able to tell its a statue.
Now let us talk about erosion. When an object has been weathered there will most likely be erosion after it and when this statue gets weathered, all the stone will fall off. Then will make a small stream and carry the pieces of rock tocarve into the grass to go follow gravity.
That is what erosion is and now we are going to talk about deposition and that will always comes after erosion.
Deposition is when the small rocks or particles get dropped off and that is usually when the stream slows down.
Now that you have learned about weathering, erosion, and deposition you can go outside after a rainy day and find all of these around your yard.
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