The Earth experiences alterations upon its relief by exogenous dynamic processes. The most significant of these processes is erosion, which sculpts the superficial layer of the crust. Human-made interventions on the plant cover of a slope can enhance rill erosion by reducing the plant volume. Erosion types produce a variety of distinct geomorphic features. Erosion is the natural phenomenon of the combined effect of weathering and transportation of the weathered products. Erosion is strictly dependent on geoenvironmental factors which determine its intensity and magnitude. These factors are climate, rock, morphology, land uses, the weathered cap and soil management. The various types of water and wind erosion are closely determined by the climatic conditions of an area, and the same stands for biological erosion, but in a minor grade. Especially raindrop erosion, rill and interrill erosion, riverbed erosion, bank erosion, erosion due to waves and currents and wind erosion are the most susceptible types to climate alterations.