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Candidate Name: Nathaniel J. Adiah
Candidate Number:
Subject: Geography
School: Presentation College Chaguanas
Year of Exam:
Teacher’s Name:
Aim: To identify, describe and account for the features of erosion and deposition along Las Cuevas Bay.

Candidate Name:
Candidate Number:
Subject: Geography
School:
Year of Exam:
Teacher’s Name:
Aim: To identify, describe and account for the features of erosion and deposition along Las Cuevas Bay.

Contents
Aim:4
Methodology5
Introduction:6
Description of the Bay7
Presentation of findings – Analysis and Discussion8
Caves9
Arches10
Stumps11
Cliffs12
Blowholes13
Geos14
Headlands15
Coves16
Notches17
The Beach18
Conclusion20
Limitations21
Bibliography22

Aim:
To identify, describe and account for the features of erosion and deposition along Las Cuevas Bay.

Methodology

Where? : Las Cuevas Bay
When? : Monday 11th June, 2012. From 9:00 am – 1:30 pm
How? : The class was split into six groups and each group studied a specific site along the beach. Each group carried out a number of tests: wave height, using a metre stick; wave frequency, using a stopwatch; width of the beach, using a measuring tape.

Introduction:
Las Cuevas Bay is a 2.2 kilometer raised beach named after the caves that lie on the southwestern end of the beach. Las Cuevas Bay is located approximately 7 kilometers east of Maracas Bay along the North Coast Road. This beach is extremely popular for both bathing and camping. The beach was chosen because of the fact that it has a lot of observable features.

Description of the Bay
Las Cuevas Bay is approximately 2.2 kilometers long and its width is 74 feet. It is a bay head beach with a horse shoe shape. At the time of the study rain was falling and there was a gentle breeze. It was during high tide. The beach gradient was gentle and uniform. The waves were constructive (8 waves per...
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