What is the vegetation in coastal plains?
Vegetation in coastal plains refers to plant life that can grow in the coast or sand, also plants that can grow in plains.
The Coastal plain is different from an interior plain because a coastal plain lies along the sea coast. Coastal plains also have low relief. The interior plain lies away from the coast and the elevation can vary. Coastal plains are normally damper than interior plains. Interior plains have more chances for drought conditions as well. One result of the differences is population. More likely than not, coastal plains are population centers.