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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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