What are examples of landforms created by wave erosion?

1 Answer
Oct 27, 2015

Answer:

Sea cliffs and terraces, sea stacks and caves.

Explanation:

Sea cliffs are steep faces of rock.
Terraces are flat form at the base of the cliff.
Sea stacks are columns of resistant rock that are left standing. If it a part of a sea cliff is made of less-resistant rock, when wave action erodes the rock sea caves, a hollowed portion forms.