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You cannot have 1 cm of soil. You need three dimensions to measure a quantity of soil - length, breadth and depth.

1 cm of soil could refer to a depth of 1 cm over a very tiny area or across the whole length and width of a continent - or even the whole of the earth's land area. It should not surprise you to learn that the answers, in those two cases, will not be the same.

Q: How long does it take to make 1cm of soil?

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It typically takes hundreds to thousands of years for 1cm of topsoil to form naturally, depending on factors such as climate, vegetation, and geological processes. The rate of soil formation is influenced by factors like weathering of rocks, input of organic matter, and biological activity.

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