This is the removal of topsoil by water leading to the formation of small channels called rills.
This is the uniform removal of topsoil over a large area especially from the sloping land as a result of the overflow of water. This type of erosion is difficult to notice or detect because of uniformity.
This occurs when the rills are deepened by water to form depressions called gulleys
This occurs from the impact of raindrops hitting the earth’s surface and the soil particles are splashed in different directions leaving behind small depressions.
This is the removal of topsoil by wind and in most cases, it is the lighter particles that are eroded. This type of erosion is common in dry areas and in areas with little or no vegetation