Chalk cliff collapse

Chalk cliff collapse

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Caption: Chalk cliff collapse. Cliff collapses are usually caused by wave erosion at the base of the cliff. Photographed on 23 June 2010, at Alum Bay on the Isle of Wight, UK.

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Keywords: 2010, 21st century, 23 june 2010, alum bay, britain, british, calcium carbonate, chalk cliff, collapsed, collapsed cliff, danger, dangerous, england, english, eroded, erosion, europe, european, geological, geology, hazard, hazardous, isle of wight, june, landslide, landslip, large, loose, physical geography, slippage, summer, uk, united kingdom, unstable, wave erosion

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