Features produced by Wave Deposition

1. Beaches are areas of sloping ground formed when sand and gravel loosened from the land are moved by waves to be deposited along the shore. Beaches are depositional features along coast between the highest high-water mark and the lowest low-water mark.

2. Spits are long narrow accumulation of sand and shingle with one end attached to the land and the other projecting into the sea across the estuary.

3. Sandbar is a ridge of sand, mud and shingle built on the sea floor by waves and currents.

4. Mud Flat: Low-lying and muddy strip of ground by the shore, which is only visible at low tide.

5. Marine Dunes & Belts

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