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Coasts by Mind Map: Coasts

1. Coastal processes

1.1. Weathering

1.2. mechanical

1.3. chemical

1.4. mass movement

1.5. sliding

1.6. slumping

1.7. Hydraulic power

1.8. Abrasion

1.9. Attrition

2. Transportation

2.1. Longshore drift

2.1.1. Traction

2.1.2. Saltation

2.1.3. Suspension

2.1.4. Solution

3. types of waves

3.1. Constructive

3.1.1. Characteristics

3.1.1.1. Low energy

3.1.1.2. Strong swash

3.1.1.3. Builds beaches

3.2. Destructive

3.2.1. Characteristics

3.2.1.1. high energy

3.2.1.2. Restricted swash

3.2.1.3. Remove beaches

4. Coastal landforms

4.1. what is a landform?

4.1.1. How is landform created?

4.2. Uk landforms

4.2.1. Holderness

4.2.2. caves

4.2.3. Arches

4.2.3.1. stacks

4.2.4. Wave cut platforms

4.3. Erosion

4.3.1. Bays

4.3.2. Headlands

4.3.3. Cliffs

4.4. Deposition

4.4.1. Beaches

4.4.2. Sand Dunes

4.4.3. Spits

4.4.4. Bars

5. Managing the Coastline

5.1. Holding the line

5.1.1. Managed retreat

5.2. extending the line

5.3. Coastal management

5.3.1. Soft engineering

5.3.2. Hard engineering

6. Managed retreat

7. Types of management

7.1. Hard engineering

7.1.1. Sea Walls

7.1.2. Rock armor

7.1.3. Gabions

7.1.4. Groynes

7.2. Soft engineering

7.2.1. Beach nourishment

7.2.2. reprofiling

7.2.3. Dune regeneration

7.3. Case study

7.3.1. Mappleton

8. Why are coasts important?

8.1. Habitat

8.2. Protection

8.3. lively hood

8.4. Tourism

9. Coasts under threat

9.1. Climate change

9.2. Rising sea levels

9.3. Human impact

9.4. Environmental damage

9.5. urbanization

9.6. change over time

9.7. erosion

9.8. focus