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a level geography what is a 'geo'

im so confused and every time i search it up google thinks ive either made a type or im using it as a short form of geography
In what context did you encounter the word?
Original post by Joinedup
In what context did you encounter the word?

geo meaning/ diagram a level geography


do you do a level geography? if you do it's one of the erosional landforms on the aqa spec in coasts. we're supposed to know how it's formed and what it is
Try typing 'geo erosional coastal landform' into google and see if putting in a more specific query gives you more relevnt results.
Original post by user1234512345
im so confused and every time i search it up google thinks ive either made a type or im using it as a short form of geography

A geo is an erosional landform, like your arches, stacks, caves and stumps.
It forms when waves attack and erode along a bedding plane or fault (line of weakness) in the rocks producing a very steep, narrow sided inlet.

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