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Hi, could you please give me an explanation about How Water Deposits Soil, Sediment, and Rock? Thanks.
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Water, when it moves fast, picks up particles (soil and rocks). When it slows down these particles drop to the bottom of the pool or lake forming sediment.
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Thanks! That was perfect.
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