Biology, 04.11.2020 01:00 carapiasebas

Why does wind erode the sand in deserts more than the dirt in forests? There is less water in forests to keep the soil moist.

The dirt in forests is coarser than the sand in deserts.

Forests have larger rocks than deserts.

Deserts have less plant life to hold the soil in place.

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