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ocean terms

Tide daily rising and falling in a regular cycle of Earth's waters, at high tide waves hit farther up the beach than at low tide.
Current flow of water in a larger body of water
Waves cause most of erosion and deposition on beaches. Bigger waves=more erosion
Barrier Islands a small island along a coastline formed by deposition.Barrier islands protect the coastlines. Their shape always changes. Ex:Hilton Head
Inlets Constantly change over time. openings between barrier islands and tides change water level and salinity.
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