Were in the Indian River in Volusia County, Florida.
Yeah, it is actually three lagoons stretching 156 miles along the state's Atlantic Coast, and is the nation's biggest barrier island complex and its most biodiverse waterway
Where are we?
Do you know more about it?
We're in Captiva Island in Lee County, Florida
Well, it is one of the best places to collect seashells in the world, and it was formed over a thousand years ago.
What's so special about this island?
What island are we in?
Today were at the gold coast in the Atlantic coast of South Florida. Did you guys know that it stretches from Fort Lauderdale to Miami, and one of the best known of Florida's vernacular regions.
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Dirt eroded away in a flood is deposited in a new place, usually at the mouth of a river. these changes. These forces cause rocks and other landforms to break down in a process known as weathering. These forces can also move pieces of the Earth in a process known as erosion.
How is it formed?
You imagine this is an island that was lost thousands of years ago!
That's nice thinking but no, As volcanoes erupt, they build up layers of lava that may eventually break the water's surface. When the tops of the volcano s appear above the water, an island is formed.
Waves transport sand onto and off of beaches, transport sand along beaches, carves structures along the shore. .In quiet water areas, such as bays, wave energy is dispersed, so sand is deposited.