Erosion, Landslides, and the Quality of Life

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In geological terms, the process of erosion is when water or wind slowly wears away the veneer of what is on top, exposing what lies underneath. This can be an awesome and wonderful process, or it can be a catastrophic one. It can reveal things as beautiful as the Grand Canyon (pictured above) or Bryce Canyon in southeast Utah. Conversely, this same…

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I am a teacher in an inner-city alternative school and work a small hobby farm with my wife. I write about politics, education, and social issues.

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John Egelkrout

John Egelkrout

I am a teacher in an inner-city alternative school and work a small hobby farm with my wife. I write about politics, education, and social issues.

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