Coasts - Landforms of deposition

  1. 2. A terrace of beach material that has formed in the backshore, above the water level at high tide.
  2. 5. The area of a beach, covered and uncovered by the tide.
  3. 6. Coastal wetlands that are flooded and drained by salt water brought in by the tides.
  4. 8. A coastal landform that includes a raised area of beach along with water-filled troughs.
  5. 9. A pebbly or sandy shore, especially by the sea between high and low tide marks.
  1. 1. The zig-zag movement of sediment along the coast.
  2. 2. A ridge of sand or single that joins two headlands
  3. 3. The term used to describe the usual direction the wind blows from in a particular area.
  4. 4. An extended stretch of beach material that sticks out to sea and is joined to the mainland at one end
  5. 7. A ridge of sand created by the wind