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Key words for GCSE Geography.

managed Managed retreat is allowing natural cliff erosion to occur.
mechanical Mechanical weathering is the physical break up of rock without any chemical changes.
movement Mass movement is the downhill movement of mass surface materials such as soil, rock and mud.
nourishment Beach nourishment is the artificial addition of new sand or shingle to a beach.
platform Wave cut platforms are most obvious at low tide.
regeneration There are several areas which would benefit from regeneration.
reprofiling Beach reprofiling is the artificial reshaping of a beach.
retreat The benefits of managed retreat are low costs and the creation of natural environments.
sliding Sliding is when loose surface material becomes saturated and unstable causing it to slide downhill.
slumping Slumping occurs when a whole segment of a cliff moves down slope along a rain lubricated slip plane.
soft Soft engineering manages erosion by working with natural processes to restore beaches.
spit A spit is a land form formed when a finger of beach material extends from shore to sea.
stack An isolated pillar of rock left when the top of an arch has collapsed. Overtime further erosion reduces the stack to a smaller, lower stump.
transportation Transportation is the movement of eroded material.
wave Wave cut platforms are the very flat rock remains of cliffs previously eroded by the sea.
weathering Sea water can cause chemical weathering.
wall Sea walls are artificial concrete walls intended to prevent coastal erosion.

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mechanical
movement
nourishment
platform
regeneration
reprofiling
retreat
sliding
slumping
soft
spit
stack
transportation
wave
weathering
wall

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