cycle of erosion

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cycle of erosion

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(Physical Geography) the hypothetical sequence of modifications to the earth's surface by erosion, from the original uplift of the land to the ultimate low plain, usually divided into the youthful, mature, and old stages
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Cycles of erosion and burial must have taken place during several years.