Holderness coastline

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  • Geography coast case study- Holderness coastline
    • North east coast of England between Humber Estuary and Scarborough
    • Waves attack cliffs at Flamborough Head
      • Causes caves, arches, stacks and stumps
    • Spurn Point is a spit formed
      • At the Humber Estuary the coastline changes direction
      • The mud flat developed is a RSPB nature reserve


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