Land Along the Water
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Indiana U Audio-Visual Center
[motion picture] Characterizes the land that lies along oceans and large lakes in terms of physical features and uses of the land. Points out that differences in the physical appearance of land near shorelines may be caused by natural forces such as wind and erosion, or by man building inland waterways and constructing recreational facilities. States that nature sometimes ruins what man has built, but that man often destroys the beauty of land that nature has taken a very long time to develop.
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