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Wave processes KI 5: Coastal Landforms
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Swash and Backwash
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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
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