Brazilian Barrier Islands

Barrier islands are in a constant state of flux due to the currents, tides, and winds that surround and shape them. This satellite image of islands off the Brazilian coast shows meandering waterways and the mixing of sediment from the land into the sea. Often, secondary flows are responsible for shaping of these sorts of geographic features. #

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