Do Beaches along the Eastern and Western Coasts of North America Composed Chiefly of Quartz Grains?
The Eastern and Western coasts of North American are chiefly comprised of quartz sand. It is also composed of seashells and skeletal fragments. It may also contain eroded material like pebbles and other sediment materials from rivers.
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