Coastal Zones 2

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

Clues

  • A high up wall or embankment, made of concrete which reflects the waves back into the sea. (3, 4)
  • An accumulation of sand and shingle found where deposition occurs at the coast. (5)
  • 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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