We Start By Looking Up
How The Rain Contributes
One of the biggest culprits when it comes to erosion is the rain. How it works is fairly simple. When rain falls, the force of the drops is enough to shift the existing soil’s location. If the moved soil makes it back into the vicinity of its original positioning, then there’s no cause for concern.
But if other factors, like the wind, for example, carry the soil beyond its initial starting point, it’s a different story entirely. This creates an imbalance in its stead. This precious topsoil’s absence damages the plots integrity, and will likely cause uneven flooring.