|An image highlighting the joints formed at the island's coast|
|Jack Driscoll cries out "LOOK AT ALL THIS WEATHERING!"|
Water erosion has also been key in the formation of the Skull Island's many river valleys, floodplains, and deltas. As with any location freshwater is the lifeblood of the island and its numerous organisms.The abundance in moisture has also facilitated a massive amount of plant growth island-wide. With no significant human populace vegetation has been allowed to run rampant causing rock breakages from root pressure and expansion into rock formations on the island. The link below shows when the original crew who first found Skull Island were caught in a Brontosaurus stampede, but when a viewer examines the valley they are in the significant amount of plant growth affecting the surrounding rocks is evident.
Skull Island could possibly be classified as a transport limited landscape based on the exorbitant amount of plant life, but the apparent effects of both weathering and erosion is overwhelming.