Vocabulary
LSD
Deposition
Wind and waves
Coastal management
100

Where the land and sea meet.

What is the coast?

100

The movement of sediment along the coast in the direction of the prevailing wind.

What is longshore drift?

100

Dropping material that has been carried.

What is deposition?

200

Rock material carried by waves.

What is sediment?

200

The most common direction the wind blows from.

What is prevailing wind?

200

Extension of a beach into the sea, attached to mainland at one end.

What is spit?

200

The distance the wind blows over without being stopped by an object.

What is fetch?

300
Always changing.

What does "dynamic" mean?

300

Movement of the wave from the sea to the beach.

What is swash?

300

Spit that has fully stretched across a bay.

What is sand bar?

400
Opposite of a headland

What is bay?

400

Trap the sediment that is being transported down the beach due to longshore drift.

Why we build groynes on the beach?

400

Spit that has reached an island.

what is tombolo?

400

Coastal management technique works with nature.

What is soft engineering?

500
Making or creating

What is formation?

500

Waves enter an area of shallow water, sheltered area. When there is a little wind or lots of sediment.

When does deposition occurs?

500

Direction and size.

How does the wind affect waves?

500

Coastal management technique used to protect coasts. Highly visible man-made structures.

What is hard engineering?

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