How Are Sea Stacks Formed?


A sea stack is a pillar-like rock formation, usually on a cliff-lined shore, that is surrounded by water. These rock formations are caused by a form of erosion known as 'wave action'.
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Sea Stacks are huge rocks near the ocean that look like they have no early reason to be there. The are formed due to erosion caused by crashing waves and wind.
a sea stack forms when a sea arch collapses. =
Arches and sea stacks are coastal rock formations that are created by the action of waves breaking against a cliff. Because sea cliffs are made of various types of rock, the ocean
Sea stacks are the remnants of wave erosion. The waves erode away pieces of land, and the
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