Give a geographical reason:
At some places along the coast, the low lying areas turn into lagoons or marshy lands.
- Low-lying areas along the coast are flooded and drained by the saltwater brought in by the tides.
- This process leads to a gradual deposition of some seawater and sediment in the low-lying areas.
- In such a region, plants then take root and hold the soil firm-against the forc~tides-and waves.
- This gradually helps in maintaining mangroves and the coastal biodiversity in the low-lying areas. In this way, at some places along the coast, the low-lying areas turn into lagoons or marshy lands.
Concept: Centrifugal and Gravitational Force
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