Erosion By: Mason Cary
Erosion is when water flow, wind, or ice glaciers moves the surface of the earth from one place to another. For example the grand canyon was moved by the flow of water. The Grand Canyon was formed by the Colorado River. Erosion can take thousands of years or one day. Water is the most erosion cause. Rainfall, rivers, waves, and floods are water erosion. Living organisms, gravity, and temperature can cause erosion too. Wind erosion can harm crops by blowing their water away from the plants and they die. Glaciers are usually on mountains. Glacier erosion makes the mountains shape. Coastal erosion is wind and water erosion. In this video below you will hear about acid rain and how it pressured the ground.
Erosion moves the Earth's crusts. See how it is moving.