AQA GCSE Geography mass movement the coastal zone

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Types of mass movement 

mass movement is the movement of land under the force of gravity

rotational slip movement - this happens at Barton on sea on the south coast of the UK the land gets filled with water that goes down through the sand soil and gravel where it meets clay which is and impermeable rock and there is a build up of water which reduces the power of friction and allows gravity to pull the heavy…


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