Coastal Zones 2

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