Difference between revisions of "Cliff erosion"

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See: [[Rocky shore morphology#Cliff erosion]].

Latest revision as of 10:13, 22 May 2022

Definition of Cliff erosion:
Break-up of solid clumps of over consolidated mud by (boat) waves, which after mechanical rolling erosion may become rounded mud pellets.
This is the common definition for Cliff erosion, other definitions can be discussed in the article


See: Rocky shore morphology#Cliff erosion.