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Key Idea 1: Different forces shaping landforms.Desert landforms – importance of water? Erosion and deposition. Earth movements?
Changing processes as (desert) climate changes.Landform modification occurs
Landforms of glacial erosion – uplandImpressive features if rocks resistant
Pre-existing landforms?Weathering? Transport? Erosion?
Features of a Glacial lowland – deposition.See pre and post glacial structures and altered landforms!
Coastal erosion Time: headland to cave to arch to stack.
Longshore drift Depositional feature – a spit Importance of wind and waves
Glaciation meets coastsGlaciers erode below base level (out to sea) Sea level rises after ice melts
Post glacial uplift Isostatic recovery
Wave Erosion and Deposition
Unit 1: Land and Water Forms Wearing Down Landforms Wind and Waves
WAVE EROSION. How do waves form? By wind that blows across the water’s surface. The wind causes water particles to move up and down as a wave goes by.
Topic 5 – Contrasting Coasts GCSE Unit 1 Revision.
WAVES. HOW DO WAVES FORM =The energy in waves come from wind that blows across the water’s Surface.
Erosion and Deposition
Welcome to Science 11/29 Come up to the cart and carefully select a cup of water.
Shaping Earth’s Surface
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EROSION NOTES EROSION: The process by which weathered rock and soil particles are moved from one place to another.
Features of EROSION & Features of DEPOSITION
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Coastal Processes and Features
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Waves and Coasts waves Agents of erosion as get closer to shore: –wavelength decreases –velocity decreases –amplitude increases –in shallow water,
Erosion and Deposition. Breaking Down Processes Weathering The breaking down of the earth’s material by natural processes. Erosion The process by which.
1.5Understand how ocean waves and currents change the face of coastal areas.
What are sub-aerial processes and why are they important? What processes of erosion operate at the coast? What landforms are created by erosion? What.
Coastal Regions. Waves cause coastal features such as Arches, Caves and Inlets. Headlands (shorelines that project into the ocean) erode much faster compared.
Landforms By. Butte Wind and water erode the sides away.
What forces shape a shoreline? A shoreline is where land and a body of water meets. Strong waves may erode material Gentle waves may deposit material Oceans.
By: Savannah, Abby, and Cassidy. Water Glacier Wind.
OCEAN WAVES CHANGE COASTLINES.
Coasts. Wave erosion coasts formed by the force of waves as they strike the land the waves strike the land and pieces of rock are broken off the wave.
Landscapes Day 2 Agents of Erosion. How does the bedrock beneath a mountain and plateau differ? To the right, draw the drainage pattern for water.
Copyright © 2007 Pearson Prentice Hall, Inc. 1 Geology 4th edition by Chernicoff & Whitney Chapter 19 Shores and Coastal Processes Chapter 19 Shores and.
COASTAL EROSIONAL AND DEPOSIONAL FEATURES. Coasts are shaped by the sea and the action of waves. The processes that take place are erosion, transportation.
Coastal Processes and Erosion Landforms Caves, Arches, Stacks and Stamps By Ella, Freddie and Olivia.
Coastal Environments How the coast is eroded Landforms of coastal erosion Transport and deposition of material Coastal management issues Sustainable development.
Coastal Processes and Landforms
Constructive & Destructive Forces Shaping the Earth's Landscape
Water, Landforms and People
External Forces that Shape the Earth. Erosion Occurs when weathered material is moved by the action of wind, water, ice, or gravity There are several.
Erosion and Deposition. Breaking Down Processes Weathering breaking down The breaking down of the earth’s material by natural processes. Erosion moved.
Section 2: Wave Erosion Preview Key Ideas Shoreline Erosion Beaches
Weathering, Erosion, & Deposition The Wearing Down and Building Up of Earth.
Glacier Landforms Wave Erosion Shorelines are being constantly eroded by waves, tides, and chemical weathering. Sea cliffs are produced.
Coastal Features Headlands and Bays A headland is an area of land which juts out to sea and is surrounded by sea on three sides. Headlands form in coastlines.
Lithosphere: Glaciated Uplands 07/09/2010 Isostatic Uplift.
Shaping the Earth External Forces. Changing the Look of the Earth Weathering: physical and chemical processes that change the rocks on the Earth.
By Wind and Waves. Review Any natural process that removes sediments and carries them away from one place to another is called erosion. Gravity is the.
FEATURES OF SEA EROSION AND DEPOSITION
Coastal Map Reading Higher Geography.
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