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we will be studying the soil erosion of the bluffs by using staionary points and measuring the distance to other points and noticing there change in distance relative to the stationary points. As for our predictions we think that the erosion will not be uniform neither from one point to the next nor from one time frame to the next. In places where water runs down the slope the erosion will be greater and at high points the erosion will be less and less uniform. We will try to get a computer generated map of the bluffs and the erosion rate or time.

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