About project SlidePlayer Terms of Service. You have been given a key word with a definition on it. Go Back Task 2. Agriculture is the main type of industry here so farms lose land as a result of the erosion. What should happen to the Holderness coastline?
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This image shows the seaside road, which is now falling over the edge of the cliff. Concrete sea defences were built during WWI to protect the military camps located here, but these are now badly eroded and significant loss of land regularly occurs.
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This icon indicates that. Sea defences here include a sea wall and wooden groynes.
There are no sea defences here, but the Parish Council have lobbied for some to be built. You will need to compare this map to the previous one cwse question 2c. There are many techniques used for reducing the power of waves before they erode a coastline.
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Coastal erosion is rapid here and many buildings have been lost to the sea.
About project SlidePlayer Terms of Service. Go Back Task 2. The coastline here is heavily defended because there would be no tourists if the beach eroded away. This type of land use is often considered less valuable than tourism, so no sea defences are found here.
Cover the answers to the questions on each slide in your talk. Teach me, Tell Me How are coasts shaped by physical processes? The coastal defences are old and holdwrness so Spurn may eventually become an island.
This is the Holderness Coast
How should the erosion of the Holderness coastline be managed in the future? What should happen to the Holderness coastline? Voast community of lifeboat men and their families live on the end of the point.