examples of shorelines
Shoreline: strip of land where the sea meets the land.
Steep rock-faced shoreline shaped by the sea.
Deep glacial valleys filled with seawater and cutting into the shoreline.
Usually narrow ridge of sand or pebbles bordering the shoreline.
Section of the coastline where sediment builds up at the mouth of a river, divided into several arms.
Ring-shaped coral-reef island enclosing a lagoon and often a central island.
Shallow expanse of water separated from the sea by a coral reef.
Coastal valleys that are filled by the sea and get shallower inland.