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Geography: coasts 2- land from (wave cut platforms)
fetch
head land
wave cut platfform
bay
waves are caused by the wind dragging on its surface,this is…
hard rock erodes more slowly than soft rock, so now, cliffs o…
A wave-cut platform, coastal benches, or wave-cut benches is…
a broad inlet of the sea where the land curves inwards.
fetch
waves are caused by the wind dragging on its surface,this is…
head land
hard rock erodes more slowly than soft rock, so now, cliffs o…
From coast to coast
Mount St. Helen
Sacagawea
Landforms
Glacier
volcano that erupted in Washington in 1980 and destroyed mill…
Native American woman, guided Lewis and Clark, translated, an…
A landform is a natural feature of the Earth's surface. Landf…
is a large mass of ice that formed on land and moves slowly a…
Mount St. Helen
volcano that erupted in Washington in 1980 and destroyed mill…
Sacagawea
Native American woman, guided Lewis and Clark, translated, an…
37 terms
Coast key words!
Coast
Sediment Cell
Energy System
Equilibrium
Narrow zone of land within which the land and sea meet and in…
Self contained block or area of material on the coastline whi…
Open system in which energy inputs affect the coasts geology,…
When energy inputs and outputs reach a balance and the beache…
Coast
Narrow zone of land within which the land and sea meet and in…
Sediment Cell
Self contained block or area of material on the coastline whi…
14 terms
Coast Vocabulary
cave
bay
gulf
headland
a large hole in the side of a hill or rock
a wide curved inlet of a sea or lake
a large area of sea that is partly surrounded by land
a high area of land with a steep slope, projected into a body…
cave
a large hole in the side of a hill or rock
bay
a wide curved inlet of a sea or lake
18 terms
Chapter 3: The Physical Geography of the United States and Canada Section 1: From Coast to Coast
Countries of North America
Middle Latitudes
glacier
climate
U.S., Canada, Greenland, Mexico, Caribbean Island nations, La…
temperate climate, fertile farmland
Any large mass of ice that moves slowly over land
The average weather conditions in an area over a long period…
Countries of North America
U.S., Canada, Greenland, Mexico, Caribbean Island nations, La…
Middle Latitudes
temperate climate, fertile farmland
20 terms
Coast Vocabulary
fjord
ria
emergent coast
submergent coast
A glacial valley or glacial trough found along the coast that…
long, narrow inlet or river valley leading to the sea
a coast where land that was formerly below sea level has been…
A coast at which the land is sinking relative to sea level.
fjord
A glacial valley or glacial trough found along the coast that…
ria
long, narrow inlet or river valley leading to the sea
16 terms
coast
wave
coast
high tide
low tide
Distance between one point on a wave and the nearest point ju…
land along the sea
The time at which the tide reaches its highest level
The state of a tide when at its lowest level
wave
Distance between one point on a wave and the nearest point ju…
coast
land along the sea
The Southwest - Lesson 1 - From Coast to Canyons
canyon
mesa
butte
erosion
a deep, narrow valley with steep sides
a flat landform that rises steeply above the surrounding land…
a small, flat-topped hill; smaller than a mesa or plateau
the action of water, wind, or ice in wearing away soil and ro…
canyon
a deep, narrow valley with steep sides
mesa
a flat landform that rises steeply above the surrounding land…
119 terms
COASTS
Littoral zone
Backshore
Nearshore
Foreshore
the wider coastal zone including nearby land and shallow part…
part of the shore only affected by waves during major storms…
Shallow waters nearest the land.
the part of a shore between high-tide and low-tide water marks
Littoral zone
the wider coastal zone including nearby land and shallow part…
Backshore
part of the shore only affected by waves during major storms…
34 terms
Coasts
Crest
Trough
Wave height
Wave length
Highest point of a wave
Lowest point of a wave
The vertical distance between the trough and the crest
The horizontal distance between one crest and the following c…
Crest
Highest point of a wave
Trough
Lowest point of a wave
17 terms
Oregon Coast Trip
cell phone policy
spending cash
OSU Tour
South Beach State Park
Students are allowed to bring a cell phone to call their fami…
Bring up to $20 for snacks and souvenirs
Wave Lab tour and Wind Lab activity
We are staying here in yurts
cell phone policy
Students are allowed to bring a cell phone to call their fami…
spending cash
Bring up to $20 for snacks and souvenirs
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Raymond From Coast to Coast
Landbridge
Immigrant
Colony
Constitution
Dry land that appeared between Asia and Alaska during the Ice…
A person who moves to one country from another
A group of people who settle a distant land but are ruled by…
The document that is the basis for the U.S. government
Landbridge
Dry land that appeared between Asia and Alaska during the Ice…
Immigrant
A person who moves to one country from another
13 terms
Holderness Coast
Where is the Holderness coast located?
What is the name of a village found on…
How fast is the area eroding?
What is the main rock type in the area?
East coast of England
Mappleton
1.8 metres of land lost per year
Soft boulder clay
Where is the Holderness coast located?
East coast of England
What is the name of a village found on…
Mappleton
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Atlantic Coast and Appalachian States
pass
resort
fall line
pioneer
an opening between high mountains
a place where people go to relax and have fun
a place where a river drops from higher to lower land
a person who first settles a new place
pass
an opening between high mountains
resort
a place where people go to relax and have fun
13 terms
Expanding From Coast to Coast
Why did the US markets expand?
Notable Inventors of the Time Period
Charles Goodyear
I.M. Singer
1.Specialization of labor... 2. Market revolution... 3. Capitalism…
1. Charles Goodyear... 2. I.M. Singer... 3. Samuel B. Morse... 4. John…
Invented vulcanized rubber and progressed the path to modern…
Invented the sewing machine which sped up the process and mad…
Why did the US markets expand?
1.Specialization of labor... 2. Market revolution... 3. Capitalism…
Notable Inventors of the Time Period
1. Charles Goodyear... 2. I.M. Singer... 3. Samuel B. Morse... 4. John…
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Coast Definitions
biogenic
backshore
foreshore
inshore
produced/brought about by living organisms
between land and high water mark
between high and low water mark
between low water mark and point where waves cease to have in…
biogenic
produced/brought about by living organisms
backshore
between land and high water mark
9 terms
Coast
Primary coasts
Secondary coasts
Active coasts
Passive coasts
formed by more land-driven rather than ocean-driven processes…
formed by more ocean driven processes like wave erosion or gr…
close to plate boundaries
far away from active plates
Primary coasts
formed by more land-driven rather than ocean-driven processes…
Secondary coasts
formed by more ocean driven processes like wave erosion or gr…
11 terms
Coast
coast
ocean waves
significant wave height
4 factors coastal flooding from storm…
region affected by waves and tides from wave base to high tide
amplitude, wave length, period
the mean wave height (trough to crest) of the highest third w…
low air pressure, high tide, winds, wave run up
coast
region affected by waves and tides from wave base to high tide
ocean waves
amplitude, wave length, period
18 terms
Coasts
Bay
Stack
Gulf
Exposed
A hollowed-out part of the coast.
Stacks of rock left after the headland has been eroded by the…
A portion of an ocean or sea partly enclosed by land
Without shelter or protection.
Bay
A hollowed-out part of the coast.
Stack
Stacks of rock left after the headland has been eroded by the…
27 terms
The Coast
Dissipative beach
Reflective beach
Low-energy waves (Light-wave activity)
High-energy waves (Heavy-wave activity)
Almost flat ... Spilling breakers... Broad surf zone ... Fine sediment
Steep ... Surging breakers ... Narrow surf zone ... Coarse sediment
Backwash is reduced ... Net transport of sand to the beach face…
Beach saturated with water from previous waves ... Backwash domi…
Dissipative beach
Almost flat ... Spilling breakers... Broad surf zone ... Fine sediment
Reflective beach
Steep ... Surging breakers ... Narrow surf zone ... Coarse sediment
17 terms
Geography: From Coast to Coast
Longest river in the U.S.?
Tallest mountain in the U.S.?
The most important features of the Nor…
Why is the Northeastern United States…
Missouri river
Debali
Landforms, climate, way of life, plants, animals
The rocky land
Longest river in the U.S.?
Missouri river
Tallest mountain in the U.S.?
Debali
10 terms
4th grade SS East Coast Region
industry
manufacturing
bay
harbor
economic activities that manufacture (make) goods (things peo…
a factory that makes or produces one thing
a body of water
a place where boats dock; usually next to a body of water
industry
economic activities that manufacture (make) goods (things peo…
manufacturing
a factory that makes or produces one thing
11 terms
Study guide from coast to canyon 10.10
Plateau
What is a Mesa
What is a Butte
Erosion
A land form that is higher than a plain
Is a hill with a flat top. stands alone. not connected to the…
stands alone like a mesa but smaller
The slow wearing away of land by water, wind or ice.
Plateau
A land form that is higher than a plain
What is a Mesa
Is a hill with a flat top. stands alone. not connected to the…
23 terms
Coast Glossary
Backshore
Foreshore
Inshore
Offshore
area between the high water mark (HMW) and the landward limit…
Area lying between the high water mark (HWM) an the low water…
Area between the LWM and the point where waves cease to have…
Area beyond the point where waves cease to impact upon the se…
Backshore
area between the high water mark (HMW) and the landward limit…
Foreshore
Area lying between the high water mark (HWM) an the low water…
16 terms
Coast Landforms
Arch
Bar
Bay
Beach
A wave-eroded passage through a headland. It begins as a cave…
Where a spit grows across a bay. It can eventually enclose th…
Found between headlands where there are alternating outcrops…
The temporary deposition of sediment (sand and shingle) along…
Arch
A wave-eroded passage through a headland. It begins as a cave…
Bar
Where a spit grows across a bay. It can eventually enclose th…
31 terms
3.2 American Indians of the Northwest Coast
plateau
plain
gorge
coast
A plain in the mountains or at a height above the sea.
A large flat stretch of land.
A narrow, deep valley with steep sides.
Land along the sea; the seashore.
plateau
A plain in the mountains or at a height above the sea.
plain
A large flat stretch of land.
Gulf coast
Sun Belt
tourism
resort
barrier island
the southern and southwestern region of the U.S
the business or industry of providing information, accommodat…
a place to which people frequently or generally go for relaxa…
Any low sandy island that is parallel to the mainland and pro…
Sun Belt
the southern and southwestern region of the U.S
tourism
the business or industry of providing information, accommodat…
56 terms
Oceans Chapter 20 - The Coast
Dissipative beach
Reflective beach
What is the sand composed of ?
How does sand move ?
- Almost flat... - Spilling breakers... - Broad surf zone... - Fine se…
- Steep... - Surging breakers ... - Narrow surf zone... - Coarse sedim…
Whatever material is locally available makes up the sand. Thi…
It moves perpendicular to the Shoreline.... - Moves as a result…
Dissipative beach
- Almost flat... - Spilling breakers... - Broad surf zone... - Fine se…
Reflective beach
- Steep... - Surging breakers ... - Narrow surf zone... - Coarse sedim…
17 terms
Coast
Bay
Cape
Cove
Gulf
Smooth curve of coast between two headlands
pice of land jutting out into the water
Small indentation in the shoreline
Portion of the sea partly enclosed by land
Bay
Smooth curve of coast between two headlands
Cape
pice of land jutting out into the water
8 terms
History from Coast to Canyons
Rio Grande
Gulf of Mexico
Colorado Plateau
Canyons
The river that forms part of the border between the United St…
The river empties into the gulf of mexico (Rio grande river) .
Is the major plateau found in the Southwest.- much of colorad…
A deep, narrow valley with steep sides( grand canyon amongst…
Rio Grande
The river that forms part of the border between the United St…
Gulf of Mexico
The river empties into the gulf of mexico (Rio grande river) .
17 terms
Geography coast vocab
Bay
Cape
Cove
Gulp
A smooth curve of coast between two headlands
Part of an island chain that sticks out into the ocean
the steps carved out of the cliff led down to a small sandy c…
a large and hurried swallow
Bay
A smooth curve of coast between two headlands
Cape
Part of an island chain that sticks out into the ocean
18 terms
Holderness Coast
length
where
land lost since roman time
how many villages have been destroyed
61km
Yorkshire coast
4km
30
length
61km
where
Yorkshire coast
18 terms
The Holderness Coast
Headlands
Bays
Caves
Arches
are finger-shaped projections that form when cliffs made of h…
Bays are formed when the soft rock between two coastal headla…
occur when waves force their way into cracks in the cliff fac…
If the cave is formed in a headland, it may eventually break…
Headlands
are finger-shaped projections that form when cliffs made of h…
Bays
Bays are formed when the soft rock between two coastal headla…
21 terms
Global Environments - Coast & Rivers
coast
beach
bay
cliff
the part of the land adjoining the sea.
a pebbly or sandy shore by the sea
a broad inlet of the sea where the land curves inwards
a steep rock face at the edge of the sea
coast
the part of the land adjoining the sea.
beach
a pebbly or sandy shore by the sea
5 terms
Soft Engineering Sefton Coast
Land use management
Do Nothing
Dune regeneration
Managed retreat
...
Tens of millions of pounds are spent annually on protecting t…
fragile sand dune environment is easily distrupted by human a…
Developing the exposed land in some way, perhaps with salt ma…
Land use management
...
Do Nothing
Tens of millions of pounds are spent annually on protecting t…
30 terms
Ch 16 Sec 2+3 - Mali, Songhai, Kush, Axum, Swahili Coast
Mali
Sundiata
wise
Mansa Musa
After Ghana fell, it was replaced by the ____ empire
he led a rebellion against Mali's first ruler and was called…
Sundiata was called a "___ ruler" after he set up laws protec…
Mali's emperor from 1312-1337 who brought ISLAM to the area
Mali
After Ghana fell, it was replaced by the ____ empire
Sundiata
he led a rebellion against Mali's first ruler and was called…
20 terms
Social studies gulf coast states
Mississippi
Louisiana
Florida
Louisiana
Catfish farms
Jazz
Sugarcane
Shellfish
Mississippi
Catfish farms
Louisiana
Jazz
12 terms
COAST
Backwash:
Swash:
Tombolo:
Destructive wave:
the motion of receding waves
the rush of seawater up the beach after a breaking wave
a bar of sand or shingle joining an island to the mainland
powerful wave that takes away more sand than it deposits
Backwash:
the motion of receding waves
Swash:
the rush of seawater up the beach after a breaking wave
34 terms
Dynamic Coast Test review
primary coast
secondary coast
active coast
passive coast
Coasts formed by land-based (geologic) forces. Earthquakes, v…
Coasts formed by marine forces. Wave erosion (sea stacks, blo…
coast close to plate boundaries. Tend to be linked to primary…
costs far away from plate boundaries. Tend to be formed mostl…
primary coast
Coasts formed by land-based (geologic) forces. Earthquakes, v…
secondary coast
Coasts formed by marine forces. Wave erosion (sea stacks, blo…
19 terms
Coasts
Backwash
Beach
Dune
Breaker
The return movement of the water, back down the beach
A feature that is formed by materials such as sand, pebbles o…
A ridge of sand that is piled up by wind on a coast
A wave which has an angle that is not sustainable so the top…
Backwash
The return movement of the water, back down the beach
Beach
A feature that is formed by materials such as sand, pebbles o…
34 terms
Coasts
Crest
Trough
Wave height
Wave length
Highest point of a wave
Lowest point of a wave
The vertical distance between the trough and the crest
The horizontal distance between one crest and the following c…
Crest
Highest point of a wave
Trough
Lowest point of a wave
13 terms
Protecting the coast with soft engineering methods
What are the ways we protect the coast…
Beach nourishment description
Advantages
Disadvantages
Beach nourishment... Dune regeneration... Marsh creation... Land use m…
The addition of sand or pebbles to an existing beach making i…
Relatively cheap and easy to maintain... Looks natural and blend…
Does need constant maintenance, ebcause the natural processes…
What are the ways we protect the coast…
Beach nourishment... Dune regeneration... Marsh creation... Land use m…
Beach nourishment description
The addition of sand or pebbles to an existing beach making i…
22 terms
Coast
Waves
Swash
Backwash
Constructive waves
Formed when wind blows over areas of water in the case of the…
The flow of water rushing up the beach when a wave breaks.
The flow back to the sea after a wave has broken. Pulls sand…
Has limited energy. Transport material up the beach using swa…
Waves
Formed when wind blows over areas of water in the case of the…
Swash
The flow of water rushing up the beach when a wave breaks.
21 terms
Atlantic Coast State
state legislature
governor
food processing
pulp
makes the law for the state
carries out state law
is the cooking,canning,drying,freezing,or packaging of food p…
is a soft mixture of ground up wood chip and chemicals
state legislature
makes the law for the state
governor
carries out state law
32 terms
Coasts
Crest
Trough
Wave height
Wave length
Highest point of a wave
Lowest point of a wave
The vertical distance between the trough and the crest
The horizontal distance between one crest and the following c…
Crest
Highest point of a wave
Trough
Lowest point of a wave
58 terms
dynamic coast
Active Coasts
Passive Coasts
Primary Coasts
Secondary Coasts
close to plate collisions that result in volcanic activity an…
far from active plate boundaries with little volcanic activit…
geologic processes not directly related to the ocean. sedimen…
formed by marine action. ocean sediments moved by water.... -wav…
Active Coasts
close to plate collisions that result in volcanic activity an…
Passive Coasts
far from active plate boundaries with little volcanic activit…
34 terms
MSCI 210 Vocabulary - Coasts
coast
dune
backshore
foreshore
A mound or ridge of sand formed by the wind.
The backshore area of a beach extends from the limit of high…
The part of a shore between high- and low-water marks.
coast
dune
A mound or ridge of sand formed by the wind.
10 terms
Atlantic Coast and Appalachian States
marsh
fall line
waterpower
pioneer
low, wet land where cattails and tall grasses grow
place where a river drops from higher to lower land
energy produced by moving water
a person who first settles a new place
marsh
low, wet land where cattails and tall grasses grow
fall line
place where a river drops from higher to lower land
25 terms
The Coast
Shore
Coast
Beach
Berm
the zone between the low tide line and the highest area on la…
extends inland as far as ocean related features are found
area of sediment deposit
dry, gently sloping, elevated beach margin at the foot of coa…
Shore
the zone between the low tide line and the highest area on la…
Coast
extends inland as far as ocean related features are found
30 terms
Coasts
Backwash
Blowout dune
Breakwater
Constructive wave
when a wave is going back into the ocean and collide with ano…
Blowout dunes are formed by wind erosion of pre-existing sand…
A breakwater is constructed some distance away from the coast…
The effects of a low wave. They are created in calm weather a…
Backwash
when a wave is going back into the ocean and collide with ano…
Blowout dune
Blowout dunes are formed by wind erosion of pre-existing sand…
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