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Development of Wave Cut Platforms
High Tide Low Tide 1 Corrasion occurs between high and low tide- rocks are hurled at the base of the cliff.
2 Cliff is undercut, leaving it unstable. Wave Cut NotchEroded material available to take part in corrasion. 2
3 Cliff retreats Wave Cut NotchThe process of corrasion will continue… Wave Cut Platform- corrasion can not occur below low tide. 3
Cliff retreats Wave Cut Platform. 4
Task Corrasion High Tide Low Tide Wave Cut Notch RetreatUsing the terms below, produce a four picture storyboard explaining the process that produces a wave cut platform. Corrasion High Tide Low Tide Wave Cut Notch Cliff Retreat Wave cut platform
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