What Is Sheet Erosion?

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Sheet erosion happens when a more or less uniform coating of soil is eroded through the action of flowing water. It is very similar to taking the top layer off a cake. This type of erosion is common in fields that have been plowed or which have very little vegetation.
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What Is Sheet Erosion?
All natural surfaces in the world have soil as their base. Much of this soil is covered with vegetation that works to anchor the soil in place and prevent it from erosion caused by natural weathering from either wind or water. Land or mudslides where... More »
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Sheet erosion is the process by which the erosion process begins. For example, it is the runoff of any water that occurs when it rains such as a hill.
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