5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Destructive Waves
- Longshore Drift
- Constructive Waves
- a Indent formed at the base of a cliff, due to erosion.
Large waves (normally, during storms) that carry more material in the backwash.
Small waves that carry more sand and other material in the swash and deposit it.
Formed where weak rocks are eroded on each side of a headland.
- e Movement of water along the beach.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- The movement of the water back down to the sea.
- Soft rock which is readily eroded gives way to a U shaped body of water.
- After further erosion, the rock supporting the arch will collapse and form a secluded clump of rock.
When two caves are eroded over a period of time and meet, forming a tunnel.
An artificial structure designed to trap sand moved by longshor drift, therefore protecting the beach.
5 True/False Questions
Sea Wall → Harder rock which takes time to erode protrudes from the side of a cliff/body of rock.
Offshore breakwater → Movement of water along the beach.
Sand Dune →
The initial dunes, closest to the shore.
The wearing away of the earth's surface by agents such as wind and water.
Headland → Structures placed parallel to the shoreline to separate the land area from water.