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GCSE Coasts Lesson 2

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  • 1. Coastal Erosion and Deposition by Amy Smith
  • 2. Coastal Erosion Features:
  • 3. Stack Erosion Feature
  • 4. Cliff - Chalk Cliffs. Erosion Feature
  • 5. Cliffs with different rock layers or strata. Erosion Feature
  • 6. Blow hole or water spout. Erosion Feature
  • 7. Headland. Erosion Feature
  • 8. Stacks - The needles off the south coast. Erosion Feature
  • 9. An arch and cove - Durdle door, Dorset coast. Erosion Feature
  • 10. Wave cut platform ( The old base of the cliff). Erosion Feature
  • 11. Coastal Deposition Features
  • 12. Sand Dunes. Depositional Feature
  • 13. Beach with groynes (fence like structures to prevent movement of sand). Depositional Feature
  • 14. Beach shallow slope and wide. Depositional Feature
  • 15. Beach - Sandy and quite steep. Deposition Feature
  • 16. Sand and pebble beach with groynes showing how sand has built up against one side of the groyne. Depositional Feature
  • 17. Spit - Cape off the east coast of USA. Depositional Feature
  • 18. Bar - made of shingle - Chesil Bank, Dorset. Depositional Feature
  • 19. Lagoon - off a tropical coast. Depositional Feature
  • 20. Salt Marsh. Depositional Feature
  • 21. Mud Flats Depositional Feature