Coastal Revision

Landforms of Erosion and Deposition.

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  • Created on: 23-03-09 12:35

Landforms of Erosion

All of these case studies are found on the Jarassic coast which is on the Southern coast of England from East Devon to East Dorset over 151 km.

Wave Cut platform- Kimmerdige Bay, Dorset.

Cliff- The Black Ven between Lyme Regis and Charmouth.

Arch- Durdle Door, Dorset.

Stack- Old Harry's Rocks, Dorset.

Stumps- Old Harry's Rocks, Dorset.

Cave- Old Harry's Rocks, Dorset.

Blowhole- Portland Bill, Dorset.

Headland- Perveril point, isle of Purbeck, Dorset.

Bay- Durlston Bay, Isle of Purbeck, Dorset.

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Landforms of Deposition

Beach- North Norfolk.

Spit- Blakeney Point Spit, North Norfolk.

Off Shore Bar- Scolt Head Island, North Norfolk.

Tombolo- Chesil beach, Dorset.

On Shore Bar- Slapton Ley, Devon.

Cuspate Foreland- Romney Marsh, Kent.

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