TRANSPORTATIO                NEROSION                   DEPOSITION              Coastal             Processes
carrytransport            DEFINITION           Wave carry or transport                                 eroded materials al...
By now, You should already  know the four ways how river transported its load.  Note that transportation process in coasta...
•Larger particles like boulders and rocksroll or slide along the river bed by thestrong river flow.
•Smaller particles like gravels and stonesare lifted and dropped along the river, sothey bounce along the river bed in aho...
•Finer particles such as clay, fine sandand silt are carried along the river withoutcontact with the river bed.•Because th...
•Dissolved materials containing mineralslike limestone rocks are slowly dissolvedby rainwater and are carried away by ther...
The journeyof a pebble
My lifes a single pebbleThe tide Pebble the beach,          takes fromLost among the breakersThe shore is out of reach.I d...
What the pebble used to look like
Erosion      ‘I broke off the cliff’The waves were crashing under me                        ,          it was a stormy nig...
Transportation           ‘A Bumpy Ride’     ’Scared and cold I was thrown around by the oceans force, I was rolling around...
Long shore drift                    Continual swash    Overall          and backwash  process of           transporttransp...
Referenceshttp://www.tes.co.uk/ResourceDetail.aspx?st  oryCode=6122223
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  1. 1. TRANSPORTATIO NEROSION DEPOSITION Coastal Processes
  2. 2. carrytransport DEFINITION Wave carry or transport eroded materials along its journey The eroded materials are called ………. Sediments
  3. 3. By now, You should already know the four ways how river transported its load. Note that transportation process in coastal areas are the same as the transportation process in the river
  4. 4. •Larger particles like boulders and rocksroll or slide along the river bed by thestrong river flow.
  5. 5. •Smaller particles like gravels and stonesare lifted and dropped along the river, sothey bounce along the river bed in ahopping motion.
  6. 6. •Finer particles such as clay, fine sandand silt are carried along the river withoutcontact with the river bed.•Because the river water is moving, thefine particles or loads are almost able tofloat, and they are suspended in themoving water.
  7. 7. •Dissolved materials containing mineralslike limestone rocks are slowly dissolvedby rainwater and are carried away by theriver.•This type of transportation is difficult tosee with the naked eye but they are in thewater.
  8. 8. The journeyof a pebble
  9. 9. My lifes a single pebbleThe tide Pebble the beach, takes fromLost among the breakersThe shore is out of reach.I drift so far from others,My hope is out of hand,I’m getting older, smaller-rolled to a distant land.I started as a cliff,And now I’ve turned to sand.By Mr Pebble
  10. 10. What the pebble used to look like
  11. 11. Erosion ‘I broke off the cliff’The waves were crashing under me , it was a stormy night. I could feel everything vibrating,then suddenly I started to break off, I tried to hold on, but I was heavy, I started to fall……. I landed in….it was cold…… I kept spinning around…. other rocks kept bumping in to me…
  12. 12. Transportation ‘A Bumpy Ride’ ’Scared and cold I was thrown around by the oceans force, I was rolling around the sea floor, other rocks bashing into me, the waves carried me away further from my home. ….. rolling, bounced, carried, dropped
  13. 13. Long shore drift Continual swash Overall and backwash process of transporttransportation materials sideways along the coastThe movement of materials is Occur in Zigzagcalled long shore pattern drift
  14. 14. Referenceshttp://www.tes.co.uk/ResourceDetail.aspx?st oryCode=6122223
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