When wind slows down, it deposits sediment. What feature is created by the deposition of loosely packed, mineral-rich soil?.
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Seventailedfox 5 months ago
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In some parts of the world, windblown dust and silt blanket the land. This layer of fine, mineral-rich material is called loess.

Explanation: Loess is mostly created by wind, but can also be formed by glaciers. When glaciers grind rocks to a fine powder, loess can form.

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