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This information video is for use by teachers as a learning aid in the classroom, and by students for independent study and revision at home.


Contents

Wave types and characteristics. 

  • Destructive waves
  • Constructive waves
  • Fetch 

Weathering and sub-aerial processes

  • Mechanical
  • Chemical 
  • Biological
  • Sliding 
  • Slumping 
  • Mass movement

Marine erosional processes

  • Hydraulic action 
  • Abrasion
  • Attrition
  • Solution

The influence of geological structure on the rate of erosion

  • Rock type – hard and soft
  • Joints and faults 
  • Differential erosion 

Coastal erosion creates distinctive landforms within the coastal landscape

  • Headlands and bays 
  • Wave cut notches
  • Wave cut platforms 
  • Cliffs
  • Caves 
  • Arches
  • Stacks
  • Stumps

Example Exam Question and Model Answer.


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