Coastal Geography BSc (Hons)

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What is this Coastal Geography degree about?...

Most of the world’s population lives near, or exploits, the coastal zone, and it is arguably the most important environment on Earth. Understanding it requires an integrated view of both terrestrial (eg climate, land use, industrial activity) and marine (eg waves, tides, sea level) processes. Coastal Geography, and this Coastal Geography degree, is concerned with the areas of the terrestrial hinterland and the continental shelf that affect the physical, chemical and biological nature of the coastal zone. During this Coastal Geography degree you will examine the processes that control the properties and transport of water, sediments and biogeoc…

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What is this Coastal Geography degree about?...

Most of the world’s population lives near, or exploits, the coastal zone, and it is arguably the most important environment on Earth. Understanding it requires an integrated view of both terrestrial (eg climate, land use, industrial activity) and marine (eg waves, tides, sea level) processes. Coastal Geography, and this Coastal Geography degree, is concerned with the areas of the terrestrial hinterland and the continental shelf that affect the physical, chemical and biological nature of the coastal zone. During this Coastal Geography degree you will examine the processes that control the properties and transport of water, sediments and biogeochemical components (such as carbon) from terrestrial to coastal marine environments. The Coastal Geography degree also considers the nature of the coastal zone in terms of its morphology, dynamics and properties, and examines the impacts of environmental change, climate, sea level and pollution on its health and sustainability.

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