Managing the Coast

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Identify the coastal management strategy that involves building artificial structures which try to control natural processes.

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Identify the coastal management strategy that does not involve building artificial structures but takes a more sustainable and natural approach to manage the coast.

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True or false? A cost-benefit analysis involves comparing the economic and environmental costs of coastal management against the benefits of what is saved.

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Identify the hard engineering strategy shown in the image.

Internet Geography
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Identify the hard engineering strategy shown in the image.

Completed coastal defences at Withernsea Internet Geography
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Identify the hard engineering strategy shown in the image.

Recurved sea wall at Scarborough Internet Geography
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Identify the hard engineering strategy shown in the image.

Coastal erosion defences in the form of interlocking concrete blocks in the foreground and stone-filled wired gabion baskets behind Internet Geography
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Identify the hard engineering strategy shown in the image.

Groynes at Withernsea Internet Geography
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Identify the hard engineering strategy shown in the image.

Internet Geography
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What term is used to describe the increase in erosion downdrift of groynes due to sediment not being replaced?

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Identify the groups who are likely to support coastal management for settlements along the coast.

Please select 3 correct answers

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