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The natural seasonal pattern for a beach is from narrower and gravelly in the summer

The natural seasonal pattern for a beach is from narrower and gravelly in the summer to wider and sandy in the winter.

12.Drought is a significant natural cause of beach erosion.

13.The dominant direction of longshore transport (littoral drift) is southward on both coasts of the U.S.

14.Active sea cliffs are characterized by steep faces and a lot of rock debris at their base.

15.Concrete seawalls not only protect the land inboard of them, but also encourage sand accumulation.

16.For a given set of storm conditions, there is a limit as to how big the waves can get.

17.Rounded cobbles at the foot of the cliff are indicative of an inactive sea cliff.

18.Artificially nourished beaches are generally short-lived.

19.El Niño-Southern Oscillation conditions in the Pacific Ocean result in more hurricanes in the Atlantic Ocean.

20.Global climate models suggest that a warming climate may lead to the end of El Niño conditions.

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