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As a physical geographer, you look at a small-scale map of a coastline. The coastline has several rias. What does this tell you and why?
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Rias are drowned rivers. The presence of them indicates a coastline that has undergone submergence. This is prominent on the east coast of the United States and was caused by the melting of the continental ice sheets.

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