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  • 1. 14
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    John John
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    Morgan Long
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    Courtney Steves
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  • 2. Sample Coordinates
    Our GPS could not pick up any signal from the 3 satellites needed.
  • 3. Erosion and Deposition Analysis
    Erosion
    Common erosion places would be anywhere the ground is moist. We noticed that places at the top of a hill were mostly eroded. As you would go down the hill, there would be places of erosion. The cement was eroded at the top. Most of the things eroded wasn’t on flat land.
    Deposition
    We noticed deposition on flat land. We saw deposits of rocks, sediments, and leaves inside little holes. Most of the eroded material from the hilly land is deposited on the flat land like in these holes. The ground was usually dry in these areas.

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