Post a comment. Monday, 29 October The cliff collapse at Barton-on-sea The reasoning of the cliff collapse at Barton-on-sea, was due to many different causes in this blog there will be the developed causes and what effect this could have had on any residents in the area, the local tourism, the wildlife and also the physical landscape. There will also be some information on what the previous coastal defences were and the ones that are employed currently and have been since the 's when the largest cliff collapse occurred. What happened at Barton-on-sea? However this area was lucky in the aspect of cliff collapse as previously in it had all been grass area and so no buildings in this part were affected too much.
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Coastal and Marine Processes and Management – MrBGeography IGCSE
Case Study 1 – Holderness Coastline, Yorkshire
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Distinctive coastal landforms are the result of rock type, structure and physical processes. Characteristics and formation of landforms resulting from erosion — headlands and bays, cliffs and wave cut platforms, caves, arches and stacks. Characteristics and formation of landforms resulting from deposition — beaches, sand dunes, spits and bars. An example of a section of coastline in the UK to identify its major landforms of erosion and deposition.