File:Accreting coast Image6.svg

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English: Coastal and oceanic landforms. Cuspate foreland, tombolo, spit, bay, lagoon, barrier island.
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Source self-made SVG, based on the public domain PNG Accreting coast Image6.png by Feydey
Author Surachit
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current 01:49, 12 February 2018 Thumbnail for version as of 01:49, 12 February 2018 1,481 × 697 (15 KB) Howpper Added tied island. A Tombolo is what connects a Tied island to the mainland, so it would be exclusive to not include both features.
21:48, 16 August 2007 Thumbnail for version as of 21:48, 16 August 2007 1,481 × 697 (13 KB) Surachit {{Information |Description=Coastal and oceanic landforms. Cuspate foreland, tombolo, spit, bay, lagoon, barrier island. |Source=self-made SVG, based on the public domain PNG [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Accreting_coast_Image6.png] by [http://en.wik

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