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  • 1. What increases the size of the beach sand mass?
  • 2. What is the initial stage of sand dune development?
  • 3. What is it called when backwash surpasses swash?
  • 4. What is the line drawn at right angle to the wave crest called?
  • 5. What are large hollows found in salt marshes called?
  • 6. What is formed when rock structure is parallel to the coast?
  • 7. What is formed in sandunes by a combination of wind and human/animal activity?
  • 8. What affects the height and velocity of waves?
  • 9. What is the movement of materials down a coastline called?
  • 10. What uses variations in pressure to cause erosion?
  • 11. Which is a form of plant found in salt marshes?
  • 12. What are mature sand dunes 8-10metres tall called?
  • 13. These dunes are 5 metres high with alkaline soil, which is it?
  • 14. What do we call the shape and structure of a beach?
  • 15. What do you call a series of sand islands detached from and parallel to the mainland?
  • 16. Which phrase explains the impact of increasing wave height on the force of the wave?
  • 17. A ring of coral found in the open sea?
  • 18. Which form of erosion involves the collision of particles?