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Headland - a part of the coastline that juts out into the sea and usually ends in a cliff., Bay - A wide, curved inlet of a sea or lake., Spit - A long narrow accumulation of sediment that grows from the coastline., Stack - A detached pillar of rock on a sea coast separated from the mainland from erosion., Stump - The remains of a stack which has been eroded., Beach - An accumulation of sediment at the coast., Arch - A coastal feature formed when waves erode through a headland., Wave cut platform - A gently sloping rocky area formed when waves erode a cliff backwards., Wave cut notch - A hole at the base of a cliff gets eroded away by wave action.,

Landforms of Erosion

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