Soil is renewable because of physical and biotic factors that, with time, convert the topmost layers of the Earth’s crust into viable soil for plants. One factor is climate. Wind, rain, and other erosional factors break down the parent rock the partly leads to soil creation. Another factor involves the interaction of organisms with the inorganic matter and other substances that make up specific soils. Organisms can further break down chemicals in the soil, as well as keep the soil intact. Therefore soil is renewable as time permits.
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