The following are features formed by wave deposition:
This is an accumulation of sand, shingles, and pebbles at the coast. It is caused by the deposition process of the wave when the swash is stronger than the backwash.
This is a narrow ridge like the accumulation of the sand or deposited materials that protrude into the sea and is attached to the mainland.
This is formed when two spits converge and join at the tips and it is triangular in shape.
This is an accumulation of water formed by seawater accumulating behind cuspate fore-land.
This is the spit that connects the mainland to the island.
This is the ridge of materials usually the sand, which lies parallel or almost parallel to the coast. Unlike the spit, the bar is not attached to the mainland.
This is the platform of mud formed by deposition of silt and river alluvium along the gently sloping coast, especially in bays and estuaries