3 Features of a destructive wave
3 Constructive wave features
What are the main types of weathering?
What is mass movement and what are two examples of it?
The size and energy of a wave is influenced by:
When a wave breaks, water is washed up the beach
When water runs back down the beach
What type of wave erodes the coast.
Why can waves approach the coast at an angle??
What is the movement of transportation.
What are the four ways that waves and tidal currents transport sediment.
Minerals are dissolved in sea water and carried in solution.
One of the most important forces of change in the coastal system is?
When is Deposition likely to occur?
How are Headlands formed?
The areas where the soft rock has eroded away, next to the headland, are called ...?
What is the order of erosional land forms that take place in coastal erosion?
How is a stack created?
How is an arch formed?
How are caves created??
What type of wave helps build up beaches??
What is a spit??
2 characteristics of Hard engineering
Name 3 examples of Hard engineering?
What form of engineering option is Beach nourishment
What are Wooden barriers built at right-angles to the beach called?
Which coastal defence can protect the base of cliffs against erosion and can prevent coastal flooding?
Allowing areas of coastline to erode and then flood naturally is called:
Processes such as hydraulic action and corrasion undercut the base of a cliff to form a??
what are the processes that have caused cliff retreat?
what is mass movement
In freeze thaw weathering water turns into ice and expands. what is the percentage it expands by?
why does water turning into ice in freeze thaw weathering affect erosion?
Rain water contains what for rock to break away?
what 3 factors influence the rate of weathering??
what does CASH stand for
The more resistant rock is left sticking out into the sea. What is thid called
shallower water encourages what?
as the wave cut platform widens the rate of erosion does what??
waves refract to follow the shape of coastline and therefore focus on headlands to become ..... in bays hence beaches
what affects the direction of waves that hit the coast
sea walls reflect..
causes of rapid erosion in walton on the naze
how much did walton on the naze retreat in 6 years
walton on the maze what management in 1977
what did they use in 1999 on walton on the naze as management?
prediction and prevention of the effect of coastal flooding are reduced by what 4 factors?
are spits that go across a bay
Walton can be split into two areas. what are they?
4 ways coastal flooding is reduced by prediction and prevention?
what affects the rate of coastal erosion
What is attrition
why have groynes and breakwaters been used for WON?
Explain freeze thaw weathering
Onion skin weathering
Constructive waves are the big or samll waves
2 types of mass movement
what rock types are there for WON
what are 3 main types of weathering?
why has a seawall been used
what types of waves are there
destructive waves have strong backwash and weak??
why is soil creep slow
explain the steps of wave cut platform
CAVE ,ARCH?? WHATS NEXT
what can influence the rate of weathering??
what effect does soil creep leave?
WHAT DOES CASH STAND FOR
heavy rocks and pebbles rolled along the sea bed.
True or False - Shallower water encourages deposition
wave cut platofrom A* point
A* point of waves refracting for headlands and bays?
during longshore drift what angle do waves return to the sea at?
Beaches are generally what??
what are 3 differences between hard and soft management
Explain the information of the use of RIP RAPS for WON
Explain what longshore drift is doing to WON
Causes of rapid erosion for Walton on the Naze
Rate of erosion for WON
describe london clay
What were the magaments used for WON and the years