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  • There's also a beach which is a landform formed by wave erosion.
  • Hey Jeff! Look it's a sandbar, which is a sandbank just below the surface of a sea.
  • There's a wave-cut cliff, which is a cliff that has been eroded by waves. 
  • There's also longshore drift, which is when the wind makes the water approach the beach at an angle. Wind is a natural movement of air.
  • This picture is an example of erosion, because erosion is a slow process of eating away at land.
  • The wind is giving the waves energy by pushing it along the shore. Energy is the process of producing power.
  • There is also headland, which is a thin piece of land that projects out from the coastline of the sea.
  • Here is an example of sediment, which is the wet matter in the bottom of the water.
  • There is also a spit, which is a narrow piece of land pointing out into the sea.
  • In the background, there is an example of deflation, which is when wind erodes dunes.
  • There's also an example of deposition, which is when sediments are added to a landmass.
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