Difference between revisions of "Retrograding coast"

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|definition= A coast where sediment supply is insufficient to prevent landward shifting of the shoreline due to  rise of the relative sea level.}}
 
|definition= A coast where sediment supply is insufficient to prevent landward shifting of the shoreline due to  rise of the relative sea level.}}
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==Related articles==
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:[[Sea level rise]]
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:[[Bruun rule]]
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:[[Shoreface profile]]
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:[[Effect of climate change on coastline evolution]]

Latest revision as of 23:05, 28 December 2018

Definition of Retrograding coast:
A coast where sediment supply is insufficient to prevent landward shifting of the shoreline due to rise of the relative sea level.
This is the common definition for Retrograding coast, other definitions can be discussed in the article


Related articles

Sea level rise
Bruun rule
Shoreface profile
Effect of climate change on coastline evolution