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How are slope over wall cliffs formed? and is there an example of this on the Dorset/Hampshire coastline?

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a slope is formed in peri glacial conditions ie if a cold climate occurs there will be a lower seal level subject to mass wasting.Sea level rose- erosion at the base of a cliff, which first removed debris, then commenced erosion forming the vertical cliff
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neo8727
08 April 2015
Slope Over Wall CliffsA slope is formed in periglacial conditions i.e. if a cold climate occurs there will be a lower sea level subject to mass wasting.Sea level rose. Erosion at the base of a cliff, which first removed debris, then commenced erosion forming the vertical cliff (wall) E.g. Devon and Cornwall.
Sebastian W.
15 May 2017
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