Soil-creep



noun, Geology.
1.
creep of soil on even slopes; often accelerated by spring freeze-and-thaw or general periglacial conditions.
Compare creep (def 22a).
noun
1.
the gradual downhill movement, under the force of gravity, of soil and loose rock material on a slope

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