Spurn Head, Humberside, England

Spurn Head, Humberside, England

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Credit: UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE COLLECTION OF AIR PHOTOGRAPHS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Aerial view of Spurn Head, Humberside, England. Spurn Head is a coastal peninsula, formed by the deposition of sand across the Humber estuary. Sand was carried from the north along the coast by the mechanism of long-shore drift. As the sand reached the estuary, it was deposited forming a long sand bar. In time, this has become a four mile long peninsula.

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Keywords: aerial, bird's-eye, birds eye view, coastal, coastal features, coastal peninsula, effects, england, environment, geography, long-shore drift, sand bar, spurn head, uk, united kingdom

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