Geography, asked by jasmine9764, 8 days ago

Describe the landforms created by sea waves.​


Answered by HoneySparky

It can create unique landforms, such as wave-cut cliffs, sea arches, and sea stacks. Deposits by waves include beaches. They may shift along the shoreline due to longshore drift. Other wave deposits are spits, sand bars, and barrier islands.

Answered by swanandi01

Coastal landforms are created by waves and include stacks, stumps, caves, arches, bays, coves, beaches and cliffs. ... The waves start hitting the bottom of what will become the cliff and cause erosion there, cutting away a hole or notch. The upper rock eventually collapses, forming a cliff.

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