Published on November 28th, 2010 | by What2Learn0
GCSE Geography: Erosion and transportation in coastal systems
There are four kinds of erosion that happen in coastal areas. It is important that as a GCSE Geography student you develop a good understanding of the processes of solution, abrasion, attrition and hydraulic action. You also need to be able to talk about and give definitions of the four processes of transportation (solution, suspension, saltation and traction). These games will also develop your ability to describe what deposition is and why it happens.
Sample Game: Transportation
Revision games on coastal erosion
|Processes of coastal erosion|
|The four processes of transportation|
|Erosion and transportation hangman|
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