Earth's landscape is constantly shifting and changing. This lesson breaks down the basic processes of geomorphology, or the study of changing landforms.
In this lesson, explore erosion in volcanic landscapes, examining how ice, wind, and water erode and transport materials while altering terrain.
Explore the fascinating science behind coastal erosion in this lesson from geography expert Darron Gedge, featuring breathtaking footage of New Zealand coasts.
Part two of this series shows you how seemingly harmless waves can build or destroy beaches—depending on wind patterns, surrounding rock formations, and more.
Planning a trip to New Zealand? Visit their beaches and take in their majestic sand dunes. This lesson explains why and under what conditions sand dunes form.
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