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Coastal erosion is a natural, ongoing process that has been happening for thousands of years. This video explains how it happens and the factors that affect the rate of erosion.
This video explains the processes of coastal erosion as well as looking at the a feature/landform of coastal erosion i.e. Cliffs. Watch the video, take notes, listen in for key tips on how to write your geography answers and for exam technique. If you enjoyed this video or found it useful please leave some feedback as I would love to hear from you. Please subscribe to our YouTube Channel for more videos and check out our website http://www.examrevision.ie/ Mr. Walsh
Watch until the end to see the greatest changes to the coastline. Location: Old Lyme, CT coastal wetlands / marshlands (New London County), 1934-2016. Photo time lapse with original music. Aerial view of re-shaping and land loss in the shoreline, beaches, and tidal salt marshes near the mouth of the Connecticut River at its juncture with the Long Island Sound (halfway between New York and Boston). Surrounding local seaside landmarks include Griswold Point, the Black Hall River, Griswold Cove, White Sands beach, and Great Island (including Poverty Point). Other nearby towns include Westbrook, Old Saybrook, East Lyme (including Niantic), and Waterford. The animation shows the levels of environmental impacts from multiple hurricanes, tropical storms, and other natural events to which the re...
Jennie Bernstein is a graduate of the NYU Gallatin School of Individualized Study. Her studies focused on economic development with an appreciation for the social and environmental systems at work on our planet. About New York University's Gallatin School of Individualized Study Creativity, flexibility and rigor characterize the academic program of the Gallatin School of Individualized Study. At Gallatin, students have the opportunity to combine the best of a small college experience with the best of a large research university. A Gallatin education is unique. The individualized structure of the program and its relationship to the rest of NYU are part of what makes the school so special. For more information visit gallatin.nyu.edu/ About TEDx, x = independently organized event In t...
What are the landforms of coastal erosion? How do headlands and bays form? How do headlands erode? What are wave-cit platforms and how do they form? What factors affect the rate of erosion of a coastline?
An investigation of coastal erosion around the north of the Isle of Man, and the problems caused by these changes to our Manx coastline. This video was made by Culture Vannin for educational purposes in 2003. It was produced by Charles Guard and Alex Brindley. Culture Vannin exists to promote and support all aspects of culture in the Isle of Man. We develop innovative, inclusive and exciting projects that promote and support all aspects of Manx culture. Website: culturevannin.im Twitter: twitter.com/CultureVannin Facebook: facebook.com/culturevannin
The Fastest Eroding Coastline In Europe Holderness Coast - Ulrome & Skipsea Sands The Holderness Coast is one of Europe's fastest eroding coastlines. The average annual rate of erosion is around 2 metres per year. This is around 2 million tonnes of material every year. Under lying the Holderness Coast is bedrock made up of Cretaceous Chalk. ------------------------------------------------------------- Equipment I Use: Camera: http://amzn.to/2pvlvxB Tripod: http://amzn.to/2oI1QcC Camera case: http://amzn.to/2pOhHUC Memory card: http://amzn.to/2pOfsR4
Active Coastal Erosion in Cornwall. See 'North Cliffs 3hrs Later' video on my channel also. Very lucky to witness 1000's of tonnes of rock falling into the Atlantic! Thanks for all of your positive comments, sorry I can't reply to them all individually. Hopefully I can answer most of the FAQ's now.... The failure occurred at about 5pm on Friday 23rd September 2011. It took place on the North Coast of Cornwall. There were only a few people watching, with about the same number of inquisitive seals in the water! There were lots of 'small' failures just before the main event. This appears to be a progressive failure, the frequency and size of the smaller failures increased until the inevitable happened. The sound was incredible, those cliffs are about 150-200ft high. I'd been chatting t...
In this episode, we're looking at eroding beaches of West Maui, where large condos are being threatened by loss of sand and sea-level rise with Hawai’i Sea Grant Coastal Hazards Expert Tara Owens and Maui County planner, Jim Buika. Learn more at voiceofthesea.org.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will study long-term fixes to three areas of Pacifica that have been hammered by powerful winter storms. The analysis is a key first step in a process that could result in the agency performing upward of $6.2 million in repairs, with the federal government paying for much of the work. Take Off and Shoot a Zero by Chris Zabriskie is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
This is a video describing the different kinds of methods that are currently used to slow down coastal erosion. Photos by: Tim Norris, Blue Square Thing, Donald Macleod, er.c st.mmel, Richard Allaway, kimhollingshead, Dominic Alves, Jennifer Wheatley, Rutgers, Pew Institute of Ocean Science, GlobalSecurity.org, Haraway and Byrnes