Geology blog about Beach (Brighton beach)
A weekly post about your everyday encounters with geology. Your post should be related to the weekly topic, be interesting, and above all should be something you experienced. You can include pictures.
Like rivers coasts have played an important role in civilization. Today beach front real estate is worth a lot of money. So for this blog you will post about some aspect of coastlines or beaches that has had an impact on you. Try to include pictures if possible. Do not just mention a beach or coastal location and say you like to go there – I want you to relate this somehow to what we are covering in class. It does not have to be an in depth thing – just relate it to some geology. Is it high or low energy? Of maybe is the beach muddy or rocky? Eroding?
As usual do not just pull something from the internet – you must be able to show how this related directly to you.
This is the require about this blog, the total need 150-250 words.
You have to use the pictures what in the materials, those pictures is from my self when i travel before. And the blog need relate it to some geology, like Is it high or low energy? Of maybe is the beach muddy or rocky? Eroding?
Brighton Beach Geological Blog
If you ever wondering a place where people love to visit, yet is rocky, then Brighton Beach in the answer to your question. The vast peddled beach is located in South England in the City of Brighton. The beach offers locals and visitors a place to go on a picnic, sunbathe and swim. This beach is unique to other beaches across the globe because of its rocky shoreline while most coastlines are sandy. There is a narrative that the beach became rocky because of a storm that hit the area that led to the sea eating all sand due to hunger.