I've had a 25 mark Geography question set and I've got a few ideas, but does anyone else have anymore?
Describe and explain how rock type and structure are the dominant influence on coastal landforms?
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- Thread Starter
- 28-09-2010 17:33
- 28-09-2010 19:55
Brighton rock is colourful and sugary, structured in a cyclindrical shape and often with a word in the middle. It influences coastal landforms by attracting tourists who may trample and erode the coastline.
In contrast, Weston-Super-Mare rock is the illegal type you smoke which adopts the traditional, irregularly shaped, nugget structure. This makes tourists (and non-tourists alike) do silly things like wander onto the beach when the tide is in, thus becoming stuck in the sand (aka mud) and forming coastal landforms known as human pillars.