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    • Attrition Corrasion Weathering 1
    • 2 Images CC PhilpC, Severecci, VikEliis
    • Swash Erosion Backwash 3
    • 4 Images CC PhilpC, , iknow-uk Wabberjocky
    • Freeze-thaw Biological Chemical 5
    • http://www.flickr.com/photos/anthonythomas/3085961629/
    • Harder rock Harder rock Softer rock Waves attack the coastline.
    • Harder rock Harder rock Softer rock Harder rock The more resistant rock is left sticking out into the sea called a headland . The softer rock is eroded by the sea- forming a bay . This area is now more sheltered, this encourages deposition and beaches are formed.
    • Harder rock Harder rock Softer rock Harder rock Surrounded by deep water and exposed to the full force of the waves- the headlands are eroded . The shallower waters in the bay continue to encourage deposition .
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