Why does limestone often form cliffs in dry climates but rarely form cliffs in wet climates?
This is because in the wet climates the limestone will break apart due to the rain. And in dry climates it does nothing to the limestone. Therefore, this is why limestone can form cliffs in dry climates than wet climates. ...
Asked in Chemistry, Fossils
Are the white cliffs of dover make from fossils or is the lime made from a chemical reaction?
The cliffs are chalk, a form of limestone from the remains of small ancient marine organisms. ...
Asked in Geology, Earth Sciences, Mining
Do beaches or cliffs form by depositing sediments?
Yes they do because of erosion and deposition
Asked in Sand Dunes
Where do underground caves steep cliffs and sand dunes often form near?
they form near flood lains
Asked in Ireland
Are the Cliffs of Moher the biggest cliffs in Ireland?
No. There are higher cliffs along Ireland's west coast.
Asked in Erosion and Weathering
How can cliffs be protected from erosion by the sea?
cliffs are created by erosion