by Connor Emo
Swoosh! The swishing water is quickly eroding away the brown gooey dirt and rocks along the vanishing creek bed. Watch it wipe out a ginormous tree! Crash! The fast flowing water is taking down more trees in its path.
Water erosion is extremely strong, and it happens everywhere. For example, sidewalks crack from ice as it expands. Also, people build walls to keep mudslides from covering our streets. As geologist, Mr. Luck Lawyer, taught us, if water can move boulders it's too strong to stop. According to my text, gravity causes more erosion because "If it wasn't for gravity always pulling things down, very little erosion would actually happen."
Water erosion is intensely powerful and causes many disasters. We can only do things to slow it down because that saves our environment
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