Humans try to slow erosion down by putting boulders down in front of the place that is eroding to help prop it up.
terracing grows some vegetation which helps slow down erosion
The slow and fast changes are weathering, erosion, and deposition.
weathering, erosion, deposition
erosion, weathering, and deposition are some slow changes in the earth
A slow process of change to the earth's surface can be weathering or erosion.
No, most of them are slow and not that harsh events which make the rock older and older. In other cases some catastrophic events make erosion become faster. Erosion is a slow process in which the rock becomes worned out. Weathering is the weather which erodes the rocks slowly.
By planting trees on were it is occurring plants in general
Yes, because of its thick atmosphere.
A lack of moisture is something that can slow the process of chemical weathering. Low temperatures can slow it as well.
get a lot of trees planted and other plants that could help
Because weathering and erosion is a slow but constant process.
i dont know how it cpuld slow it down
Plant roots act as net or web, trapping the soil and slowing down the erosion process. Not just ANY plants. They plant trees between to slow down wind erosion.
Weathering, orerosion, are most effectively caused by rain, running water, and by freeze/thaw cycles combined with water. In the desert it may get cold but there is little running water or rain and little water to work with freezing. As a result the most active means of erosion and weathering are absent and the weathering is slow.
Ice wedging would help slow chemical weathering and make the soil more fertile.
They can use sand bags to slow down the rate of erosion on barrier islands.
Barriers put in place to help stop or slow down coastal erosion from the waves.
Soil erosion can be slowed down by flood control and planting more trees.
It was virtually identical to today's version. Erosion and weathering is a very slow process.