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Weathering is exposed rock broken down by weather elements such as, snow, rain, or hail. Erosion is that weathered material being moved.
Deposition is the process of moving that eroded or weathered material when the movement slows
The water in the river erodes the sides of river, and the river brings all the dirt and minerals down the stream into a larger body of water, which is called deposition.
Mass movement is the erosion of a large quantity of soil, landslides, mudslides, slump, and creep into large areas like deltas, oceans, or lakes.
This river probably eroded the land and dug its own path by weathering the rock.
Some streams called meanders will weather the sides and straighten out the stream making an Oxbow Lake.
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