The Cornish coastline (Coastal Landscape case study)

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Choose an area of coastline you have studied. Explain how this area of coastline is being managed.(6 marks)

Cornawall is a country in the south-west of England. The geology of its coastlines is varied but it is manily granite. This means the coast is resistant to erosion, but it is affected by a long fetch and high wave energy. Parts of the coastline are important for recreation, tourism, industry and converation and are protected by a variety of hard

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