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Coastal Erosion: Headland and Bay
IGCSE Geography (2.3 Coast) Flowchart on Coastal Erosion: Headland and Bay, created by Audrey Ching on 07/05/2017.
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Coastline with alternating hard and soft rocks consists of a series of headlands and bays due to coastal erosion
Bays formed in soft rocks as they are worn away more rapidly/easily by the erosional processes such as hydraulic action and abrasion
Hard rocks form headlands as they are more resistant to erosion.
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