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Wave processes KI 5: Coastal Landforms
Factors making big waves-1) Fetch – the length of open sea over which the wind has blown 2) Wind strength and how long the wind has been blowing strongly etc.
Swash and Backwash
Types of Waves 1) Constructive – would tend to build up beach deposits by deposition
Types of Waves 1) Destructive – would tend to erode away beaches leaving cliffs exposed to erosion – occur in stormy weather
Wave Energy processes Cliff Recession erosion processes named Cliff Recession
Cliff and wave-cut platform
BBC KS4 Bitesize video COASTAL PROCESSES
Coasts Waves. How do you get waves like this ? 6R Giant Wave surfing.dv.
Wave Formation and Types
The Coastal Zone New topic!. Waves A wave is a bulge of water which moves across the surface of the sea. As they move towards the shore they grow and.
Coastal Processes. - Creating waves - Constructive waves - Destructive waves - Processes of erosion - Processes of transportation - Longshore drift -
COASTAL EROSIONAL AND DEPOSIONAL FEATURES
Geography Coasts Coastal Erosion [Date] Today I will: -Know the key terms -Know how a bay and wave cut platform is formed.
Coastal Environments How the coast is eroded Landforms of coastal erosion Transport and deposition of material Coastal management issues Sustainable development.
Learning Objective: To discover and understand how waves shape the coast. Coastal process revision.
GCSE Geography Unit 2 – Natural Environment Topic 1 – Coastal Landscapes Lesson Aims: Able to describe the characteristics of destructive and constructive.
FEATURES OF SEA EROSION AND DEPOSITION
UNIT 4: DEPOSITION PROCESSES ON A COAST
BackwardForwardHomeExit BackwardForwardHomeExit I. What are the major processes operating along coasts? 1.1 What is wave generation? Download Flash Player.
It is important that you show a thorough understanding of all coastal processes and are able to apply them to your coursework. It is important that you.
Use the booklet to record your answers.
Coastal Erosion and Management At Reculver In Kent
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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.
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Coasts Revision Booklet This belongs to: ______________________ You should know…RAG How rock type (geology) and structure influence coastal landforms (Concordant.
Wave Dominated Coasts Objective: to examine some of the processes and characteristics active on a wave-dominated coast.
The Sea Creator and Destroyer.
Welcome to Science 11/29 Come up to the cart and carefully select a cup of water.
Coastal Landscapes Introduction. The sea, just like rivers and ice is a very powerful agent of erosion. It erodes a variety of landforms, and just like.
Coastal landscapes: checklist
THE SEA LEARNING OUTCOMES TODAY WE ARE GOING TO LEARN ABOUT THE ACTION OF THE SEA. AT THE END OF THIS CHAPTER YOU WILL BE ABLE TO DISCUSS THE DIFFERENT.
What forces shape a shoreline?
Geography - Coasts By Charlotte Hayward. Contents Introduction Headlands Bays HAAC Processes Parts of a Wave Types of Waves Cave, Arch, Stack Formation.
What is the earth? What’s it made of? How do volcanic eruptions happen? What is an Earthquake? Progress checker.
Building vs. Weathering and Erosion of Coastal Environments.
Coastal landforms LS: Explain the formation of erosional coastal landforms using vast key words. Describe the process of longshore drift and describe the.
Coastal Landforms. - Cliffs and wave cut platforms - Beaches - Caves, arches, stacks and stumps - Headlands and bays - Spits - Summary.
Coastal Processes and Landforms
These pictures have all been taken along coastlines. Why do they all look so different?
Waves Objectives and Outcomes: 1- I will know the different characteristics of Constructive and destructive waves.
Geography - Coasts.
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.
Coastal Water Movement Most waves are created by wind. The size & energy of a wave is influenced by: How long the wind has been blowing The strength.
Our Changing coastline
Wave Erosion and Deposition
Coastal Landscapes Coastal processes.
Higher Coasts Lithosphere
5.12 A Interpret how land forms are the result of a combination of constructive and destructive forces such as deposition of sediment and weathering.
WS 7.1, Page 21 1a) Strength of wind and fetch affect the size of waves. The stronger to wind, the larger the size of waves. The longer the distance over.
Demonstrate an understanding of wave processes in eroding a coastline and re-sorting and depositing materials removed through erosion. Candidates should.
LITHOSPHERE CORE COASTLINES 1 BEACHES Beaches are a buffer zone between the waves and the coast. They usually lie between high and low tide marks, but.
Title: Coastal Landscapes
Imagine you are going to live here. Choose the three items which you think are the most important to take with you.
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