Coastal Zones 2

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T Y J I G D P G S E A W A L L Y A B M A Y
S R S D L X T E N O M F K W B F L N J V I
S N M A N A G E D R E T R E A T E P O G S
J U W W E N V H F K A D U N U J W D V R A
H X A X B V R X V R C R C S B E E G O D K
A A E L S Q G T L O V Y V N B S N E H O E
R D T L L S O F T E N G I N E E R I N G S
D L O N G S H O R E D R I F T D V M P D X
E A Y G L G C R Y K A P X A O L T B H V B
N J N W K N P Q M X K G T O M B O L O G P
G T M E C G J D J L Y R P I B M P D S F J
I M L X A P L E Q Q R B I U A V Y X Q F K
N M H W T P K E K N A N Q O U E C K J C O
E O K K S R K E F U I L V B K R N D F G E
E B E A C H R E P L E N I S H M E N T E A
R X G R O Y N E Q J R M C R E Y J P O Y X
I V O E Y J V O N H E R C M J R P R A M J
N V T R E C O S Y S T E M L O I M P A E V
G X B E H F V A B W A R S U H M J O A I A
V O H W M V F M A I S A Y Y X U V A D L J
K U A T Y T T D Y K X S L A U S O L E N U

Clues

  • A high up wall or embankment, made of concrete which reflects the waves back into the sea. (3, 4)
  • Dumping or pumping sand from else where onto an eroding shoreline. (5, 13)
  • Formed gradually as over time the arch is enlarged by erosion at the base and sides and by weathering processes action on the roof. The roof then collapses leaving a ... (5)
  • Involves using artificial structures to control the forces of nature. (4, 11)
  • Joins the gap between an island and the mainland. (7)
  • Leave nature to take it's course. (7, 7)
  • the interrelationship between the living and non living elements of a habitat (9)
  • The transportation of sand and pebbles along the coast by waves. (9, 5)
  • Timber or rock structures that are built into the sea at right angles to the coast. (6)
  • To try and fit in and work with natural coastal processes. (4, 11)

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