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Wave erosion coasts form from
a) wave energy on protruding land b) wave energy on coral reefs c) lack of wave energy d) all of the answers are correct
Marine Deposition coasts form from
a) marine organism deposits b) sediments in deep water c) the accumulation of ocean sediments d) none of the answers are correct
Marine Organisms build coasts by
a) providing a structure to absorb wave energy b) moving sediment c) triggering volcanic activity d) creating waves
Longshore drift moves material along the coastline
a) due to the effect of the longshore current and with prevailing winds b) parallel to shore against the direction of waves c) to the north in the western coast of the US d) to the south in the eastern coast of the US
Sand comes from
a) digest waste of organisms, wave erosion, and materials carried by rivers b) meteor showers and earthquakes c) earthquakes and thunderstorms d) thunder storms and meteor showers
The _____________ of the beach is the part that water sometimes covers
a) foreshore b) backshore c) offshore d)
The _____________ of the beach is the part that water never reaches
a) foreshore b) backshore c) offshore d)
The _____________ of the beach is the part past where the waves break
a) foreshore b) backshore c) offshore d)
Factors that affect the appearance of the beach
a) sediment grain size, wave energy, slope b) inland vegetation and traffic patterns c) d)
A coast cell is
a) a local region with no net sand gain or loss b) a submarine canyon c) same thing as longshore drift d) a weather pattern
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