How Does Erosion Effect Humans?


Soil erosion is known for causes of serious diseases such as cholera and destruction of the natural habitat leading to desertification. Erosion is a process by which soil and rock are moved by natural process such as wind or water flow.
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Wind causes erosion by picking up small things and moving it to a new location and these small items may cause an impact on solid objects by causing abrasions.
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