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Sea wall. View of huge waves crashing over a sea wall at dawn. Sea defences such as this are only a localised solution to the problem of coastal erosion. As the sediment is removed from one beach it is often carried by sea currents and deposited on another. Therefore to build sea defences in one location may hasten the erosion at another. Photographed at Saltdean, near Brighton, East Sussex, England.
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