The process by which natural forces move weathered rock and soil from one place to another is called? a. soil conservation. b. deposition. c. abrasion. d. erosion.

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B. Deposition. Deposition is when soil and rock is "deposited" into another place by natural forces. Most of the time this is by water or air. Rock and soil sediments are carried by the river and deposited into a small part of water and this becomes a delta.

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