This is covered by:
AQA 8035, Cambridge IGCSE, CEA, Edexcel A, Edexcel B, Eduqas A, OCR A, OCR B, WJEC
Coastal Erosional Features
Along the coastline we see landforms formed by either erosion or deposition. Erosional landforms arecreated when material,sand,rock or mued,is weathered, eroded and transported away from its origins. Caves, stacks, rock falls and wavecut platforms are classic examples of how erosion shapes the shoreline by removing material.
Erosional features can be thought of as landforms produced by the sea damaging the coastline, breaking it down and removing the broken debris.
The main erosional landforms covered by the GCSE sylabus are…