A simple answer would be yes. However, pollution would not directly cause soil erosion but would indirectly cause it. For example, soil contamination could cause erosion. Also, air pollution could cause plants on a slope to die and result in soil erosion once the plants no longer hold the soil together. Also, acid rain and other forms of water pollution pouring over a slope could cause the soil to collapse and erode. Erosion can then lead to additional water pollution and contamination.
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