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Aeolian processes - Wikipedia
Aeolian processes, also spelled eolian or ├Žolian, pertain to wind activity in the study of geology and weather and specifically to the wind's ability to shape the ... More »

Interesting Facts About Wind Erosion That Everyone Should Know

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Aug 5, 2016 ... Wind erosion refers to the removal and displacement of sediment and soil due to wind movement and velocity. Read on, for facts about wind ...

Erosion - Fact Monster

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It is caused by flowing water, waves, glaciers, and the wind, and it constantly changes the shape of the landscape. Erosion happens more quickly on bare rock , ...

Wind Erosion

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Wind erosion damages land and natural vegetation by removing soil from one place and depositing it in another. It causes soil loss, dryness and deterioration of  ...

Erosion Facts | Cool Kid Facts

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We mentioned those forces that are working around us all the time, like wind, water and ice. These forces are the very things that actually cause erosion.

Effects of wind erosion

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Wind erosion is very selective, carrying the finest particles - particularly organic .... A wind-break does not have to be very thick: the thicker it is, in fact, the more ...

Erosion Facts for Kids

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What is erosion? Erosion is where land is worn away by different forces. These forces can be water, wind and ice. It can change the shape and texture of ...

Wind Erosion Facts for Kids | eHow

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Wind Erosion Facts for Kids. Farmers earn their living from the crops they grow on their land, such as fruits and vegetables. You eat fruits and vegetables to help ...

Examples of Wind Erosion

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The term wind erosion refers to the damage of land as a result of wind removing soil from an area. Most often, wind erosion occurs on flat land in dry or sandy ...

Wind Erosion (WEPS) | NRCS

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Wind Erosion (WEPS). Soil erosion by wind is a serious problem in the United States and the world. Wind Erosion can be a threat to agriculture productivity and  ...