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Landforms from Erosion and Deposition by Gravity
Indicates the factors that lead to landslides and other mass movements, what their characteristics are, and how to avoid them.
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Erosion and Deposition
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Creep is a geologic phenomenon wherein soil moves slowly down slope due to gravity. One of the most interested effects of creep is the curious twist it may cause at the base of trees such as the specimen in this video.
SCI.ESC.472 (Landforms from Erosion and Deposition by Gravity - Earth Science)
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