by Noah Craft
Type of Beach
It is considered a secondary coast because its features were created by mostly marine forces. Barbuda is made of limestone formations, which usually come from the skeletal remains of marine organisms.
Lastly, it is submergent because it has been sinking relative to sea level since its existence. The rate of global warming is accelerating the sea level rise, which is threatening some of the islands in the Caribbean.
(To the left shows a beach of Barbuda).