"The UK landscape is more a product of human activity than physical processes"- Discuss.
This is a task I've been given by my sixthform, would be much appreciated if someone could give me help as to how to go about this topic, which factors and points to discuss or pretty much any help anyone might deem helpful. Thankyouu )
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- 30-08-2016 17:02
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- 01-09-2016 18:20
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- 01-09-2016 22:06
yes the can be argued due to processes such as coastal management
if we look at coats such as in somerset they have had dreading in some areas to replenish the tourist areas. this is the same with many coasts which have had beach nourishment and many sea walls to make it into a certain way.
In saying this natural processes also do this as longshore drift can mean spits are formed and the more it curves i it can form a tombolo. Theres a lot to consider in this topic and an interesting one to discuss.
sorry quiet a brief answer but i hope it helps a small bit
- 03-09-2016 02:15
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