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Changing landscapes - erosion
How erosion affects the landscape of Snowdon, a mountain in North Wales. Rocks carried by the stream knock into each other and break up, a process called erosion. The broken-down material is carried away and deposited downstream. During the ice age a huge 'bowl' was created on Snowdon by snow compacting together and creating a glacier, which cut a 'v' shape into the landscape.
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