Coastal Zones 2

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

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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