Geography Coasts

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How would you describe Miss Wuethrich's field sketching class?
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Which of the following coastal features is NOT created through erosion?
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A wave is rushing back down towards the sea is called?
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Rock formations such as ______________ and __________ are more resistant to erosion.
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Which type of wave causes erosion?
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When field sketching it is important to:
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Which of the following are indigenous plants growing in the Mornington Peninsula?
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What is: "A piece of land almost surrounded by water or projecting out into a body of water?"
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What is the biggest threat to the Hooded Plover?
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What coastal feature is created if a long stretch of beach material joins together two headlands, creating a lagoon?
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What is the process called when: "Waves smash rocks and pebbles on the shore into each other, and they break and become smoother."
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Allowing areas of coastline to erode and then flood naturally is called:
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How are waves created?
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How could we look after our coasts in a better way?
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The process of allowing areas of coastline to erode and then flood naturally is called:
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A headland is subject to high energy waves?
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A storm surge is:
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Cliffs are shaped through a combination of ______________ and __________
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The indigenous plant "Sea rocket" is edible for human consumption.
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Which of the following are indigenous plants growing in the Mornington Peninsula?