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The Dust Bowl of the 1930s was caused by _____.

earthquakes
erosion
fertilizer runoff
overgrazing
drought and poor farming practices
volcanic eruption

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  1. erosion

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  2. I would have said drought and poor farming practices.

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    Damon
  3. I agree with Damon.

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    Writeacher
  4. Of course you might say erosion moved the rest of the mistreated topsoil down the rivers to the Gulf of Mexico.

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    Damon
  5. idk sorry

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