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In what ways are water and wind erosion different?

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    I read the article you provided, but I don't quite understand.

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    Ms. Sue?

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    That's the simplest explanation I could find.

    Read it carefully, one sentence at a time. Pay particular attention to the parts about water erosion and wind erosion. Look up any words you don't understand.

    If you still don't understand a couple of sentences, please copy and paste them here. I'll try to help you understand those sentences.

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