Geolgy: It is the nature and sturcture of rocks.
Marine Erosion: The wearing away of rocks by the action of the sea.
Sub-Aerial processes: Processes active on the face and top of cliffs.
Mass Movement: Where the waves are weakining the cliff creating; mudslides, landslides and rock fall.
Abrasion: Particles and pebbles moved by the wave; it is then gradually worn away.
Hydraulic Pressure: Waves have energy to pick large quantities of sand and stone, they are then hurled over the edge of the cliff face.
Attrition: Waves breaking against the base of the clif. Air is the forced in the cracks which then breaks them apart.
Solution: Salt crystals are formed as the water evaporates forcing rocks to break away.
Wetting/Drying: Soft rock expands when it it wet and then contracts when it is dry, this is caused by the weakness in the rock.
Consolidated Rock: Rock that has a strong structure and is hard to…