the wearing away of the earth's surface by water, gravity, wind, and ice.
the wearing away, by wind, water, or acid, of the top covering of the earth ....... back
The process of wearing away soil by wind, rain, over-cultivation etc.
Movement of soil components, especially topsoil, from one place to another, usually by wind, flowing water, or both. This natural process can be greatly accelerated by human activities that remove vegetation from soil.
the wearing away of topsoil by the action of water or wind
means the wearing away of the soil surface material by wind, water or gravitational effects. Natural rates of erosion are accelerated by some human activities.
the movement of soil, especially topsoil, by running water or wind
the washing away of soil by the flow of water
Removal of soil material from a land surface by wind or water.
Movement of soil due to wind, rain and related natural forces that carries surface soil downslope toward streams and on into rivers and eventually bays and the oceans.
The process by which vital topsoil is lost (mainly blown away by wind or washed by rain), having been loosened by such activities as deforestation or inappropriate farming. Eroded land may become barren.
The washing or blowing away of topsoil. Trees and other plants hold the soil in place and help reduce the force of the wind. Soil erosion happens when trees and plants are cut down.
The removal of soil by wind and runoff.
the process of removal and transport of the soil by water and/or wind
The removal of soil by wind or water.
Loss of topsoil through wind and water erosion.
The processes by which soil is removed from one place by forces such as wind, water, waves, glaciers, and construction activity and eventually deposited at some new place.
The action of soil being worn away by water or wind.
The removal or disappearance of soil by water (flooding, rain) or by wind.
The loss of soil through the washing, wearing and falling away of the soil.
The movement of soil particles due to wind, water or tillage.
The wearing away of soil by water or wind.
n: The loss of topsoil through silt-laden runoff , strong winds, or other forces that transport soil away from its natural location.