The Holderness Coast

Where is the Holderness Coast located?

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Which of the following best describes the geology of the Holderness Coast?

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Identify the landform found at the most southern point of the Holderness Coast.

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Identify the location shows in the image below.

A satellite image showing sediment being transported along the coast at Spurn Point.
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Identify the location shows in the image below.

Selwicks Bay, Flamborough
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Identify the location shows in the image below.

Embayment to the south of sea defences at Hornsea
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Which location along the Holderness Coast contains mainly landforms of coastal erosion?

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Which location along the Holderness Coast contains mainly landforms of coastal deposition?

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Which locations along the Holderness Coast experiences mass movement including slumping and mudflows?

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Slumping and mudflows occur at both Hornsea and Flamborough. Boulder clay overlies chalk at Flamborough and slumping and mudflows occur, particularly during the winter.

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Well done! You have a good understanding of this area of geography.

Good try, you could do with revising this area a bit more though.

Oh dear, you definitely need to work on this area.




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