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Ch.20 Geo


Waves are agents of erosion
Currents are agents of transportation and deposition
Beaches mark transition between land and water
The impact of waves and currents affect a tiny portion of Earth's landscape
Importance of wind Ocean currents Sand transport Scas and swells
Tsunamis can travel over 400mph
Most oceanic coastline shows evidence of submergence at sometime within the last 15,000 years
coral coasts have a blossom like appearance similar to plants
Coral coast have strict requirements for their survival
Two primary causes of sea level changes rising or sinking of landmass(tectonic change) Increase or decrease in amount of ocean water(custatic sea level change)
sea level rise about 0.5 by the end of the century
Created by: Srankins3