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365 Days of Climate Awareness 212 — Coastal Geomorphology 3: Beaches

Today we are focusing on sand beaches, being the most typical.

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By Michael Sutherland

(A little long, sorry.) A beach is the sediment which occupies the transition zone between land and open water. They come in many forms, from mud to boulders, with low wave activity or high, tiny…




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