Once rocks have been weathered, the weathering products are highly susceptible to being transported and deposited elsewhere. In the process, the land becomes worn down (eroded) in some places and built up in other places, where deposition occurs. The 'agents' that perform the erosion, transportation and deposition include:
MASS WASTING
STREAMS
GLACIERS
WIND
WAVES AND CURRENTS
LIVING ORGANISMS
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David J. Leveson