Coastal Deposition Landforms Quiz
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Question 1 of 6
Which of the following conditions are likely to cause coastal deposition? (you can select more than one)
Well done, you know why coastal deposition happens.
They are all causes of coastal deposition.
Question 2 of 6
What is the area between the lowest spring tide level and the point reached by the storm waves in the highest tides known as?.
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Question 3 of 6
Which type of beach is usually formed in sheltered bays?
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Question 4 of 6
True or false? A sandy beach generally has a more gentle profile compared to a pebble beach which has a steep, stepped profile.
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Sorry, that’s not right. It’s true – a sandy beach generally has a more gentle profile compared to a pebble beach which has a steep, stepped profile.
Question 5 of 6
Match the coastal depositional landforms to their description.
An extended stretch of beach material that projects out to sea and is joined to the mainland at one end.
A ridge of sand or single that joins two headlands either side of a bay.
A raised area of seabed that is found offshore.
Raised areas of beach and water-filled troughs.
Small ridges or hills of sand found at the top of a beach, above the usual maximum reach of the waves.
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Question 6 of 6
What is coastal deposition?
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