GENERAL KNOWLEDGE

AN EXAMPLE OF A COASTLINE OF EMERGENCE IS

  • A. a raised beach ✓
  • B. a dalmation coast
  • C. a ria coast
  • D. an estuarian coast

 

The answer to the question is: A. a raised beach

A coastline of emergence refers to a type of coastline that has experienced uplift or emergence due to geological processes, resulting in the land rising above the sea level. This emergence can be caused by tectonic activity, isostatic rebound, or changes in sea level. As a result, the coastline may exhibit features such as raised beaches, marine terraces, and elevated wave-cut platforms.

A raised beach is a coastal landform that was once at sea level but has been uplifted above the reach of the waves. This uplift can occur due to tectonic forces or changes in sea level. Raised beaches are characterized by their flat, elevated surfaces and are often found along coastlines that have experienced significant tectonic uplift.

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