Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Year 10 let the games begin

Outline the main geographical processes relevant to Coastal Management.
Coastal Managments geographical processes are reactions and stimulations by the environment that cause change to a specific aspect of the coastal environment which intern will require a Coastal Management technique to be employed to solve the issue. Geographical processes that affect the coast include natural issues such as corrosion and weathering of coastal landscape, hydraulic action and issues related to swell and tide, polution and introduced species as a result of human impact and finally inapropriate development in coastal areas causing concern for Coastal management schemes to be employed.

These geographical processes are relevant to Coastal Management because they all individually affect the coastal environment in a specific way.

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