Process: Cliff Erosion and Fossil Fuels

Can you reorder these sentences to make a complete report on this photo?

Process 1 IELTSDailyA. conversely, at high tide, the waves sometimes reached half-way up the cliff wall, beating on it with some force.

B. Meanwhile, the overhanging cliff at the top cracked, creating a dangerous area beneath it.

C. This mean that stones and boulders fell into the sea, and the cliff slowly recreated, exposing perviously buried rock at low tide.

D. Clearly, the fossils would have remained buried and the coastline unchanged if it had not been for the action of the sea.

E. The diagram shows the changes that took place in a cliff face as a result of coastal erosion, and how this led to the discovery of fossils.

F. As the waves hit the lower part of the cliff more frequently, this area eroded more quickly and became a hollow in the cliff wall where fossils could be found.

G. Eventually, the power of these waves loosened and wore away the rock.

H. At one time, the cliff stood much further out and, at low tide, the sea water did not touch the base of the rock.



August 24, 2016