Dramatic coastal erosion, New Zealand, December 1985.
3 5 c m
40cm
actual image size: 32cm x 27cm

Dramatic coastal erosion, New Zealand, December 1985.

© GNS Science / Science & Society Picture Library

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Coastal erosion can arise as a result of a deficit in beach sediment volume, as well as coastal inundation (storm surges, waves and tsunami). Earthquakes and fault ruptures can also result in dramatic coastal subsidence.
 

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