Ecology of Maplin Sands and the coastal zones of Suffolk, Essex and North Kent

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Other titlesMaplin sands.
Statement[by] L.A. Boorman and D.S. Ranwell ; [for the] Institute of Terrestrial Ecology.
ContributionsRanwell, D. S., Institute of Terrestrial Ecology.
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LC ClassificationsQH138.A1 B66
The Physical Object
Pagination56 p. :
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Open LibraryOL3906965M
ISBN 100904282147
LC Control Number81469719

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Boorman has written: 'Climatic change, rising sea level, and the British coast' 'Ecology of Maplin Sands and the coastal zones of Suffolk, Essex and North Kent' -- subject(s): Coastal. London, Institute for Environmental Policy and International Institute for Environment and Development.

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and D.S. Ranwell. Ecology of Maplin Sands, and The Coastal Zones of Suffolk, Essex and North Kent (Norwich: Natural Environment Research Council, Institute of Terrestrial Ecology, ).; Davidson, N.C. et al. (), Nature Conservation and Estuaries in Great Britain (Peterborough: JNCC).

Dept. of the Environment/The Welsh Office. Read the latest articles of Marine Pollution Bulletin atElsevier’s leading platform of peer-reviewed scholarly literature. The geology of Suffolk in eastern England largely consists of a rolling chalk plain overlain in the east by Neogene clays, sands and gravels and isolated areas of Palaeocene sands.

A variety of superficial deposits originating in the last couple of million years overlie this 'solid geology'. Rapid Coastal Zone Assessment Surveys (RCZAS) are being coordinated by English Heritage in response to the potential effects of natural coastal change and coastal management schemes.

By latesurveys were complete or underway in all parts of. Boorman, L.A. and Ranwell, D.S. () The ecology of Maplin Sands and the coastal zones of Suffolk, Essex and North Kent. Institute of Terrestrial Ecology, Cambridge.

Birds. Name: Maplin Sands(wetland / tidal), Rochford Place type: Wetland Location: Grid Ref: TR • X/Y co-ords:• Lat/Long:Low Weald Wildlife Wildlife in and around Hadlow in the Low Weald of Kent, and further afield. Wednesday, 31 December Lovely Leybourne. Walked slowly around the first part of. The IPA covers the coasts of Suffolk, Essex, north Kent and the Thames estuary as far as east London and has been identified for the species richness of vascular plants in its coastal shingle and littoral sediment habitats.

It also includes numerous estuaries, the most important being that of. Ecology of Maplin Sands and the coastal zones of Suffolk, Essex and North Kent.

Cambridge, Institute of Terrestrial Ecology, 56pp. Bunce, R. H.; Watkins, J. W.; Smart, S. ECOFACT - ECOlogical FACTors controlling botanical diversity in the British countryside. Name: Thorpeness, Suffolk Coastal Place type: Village Location: Grid Ref: TM • X/Y co-ords:• Lat/Long:THE SUFFOLK HISTORIC LANDSCAPE CHARACTERISATION MAP Version 3 The Suffolk HLC map was created as the first part of a regional East of England HLC map – covering Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Norfolk and Suffolk.1 The initial Suffolk map was created by Matthew Ford, funded by English Heritage and based in the Archaeological Service of.

North Kent will be one of the first areas in the country to see enhanced coastal access through the Marine and Coastal Access Act. There is relatively little data on shore-based recreation or visitor access patterns.

Existing levels of housing are high, with the Medway having the most amount of current housing. Ecology of Maplin Sands and the coastal zones of Suffolk, Essex and North Kent.

Cambridge, Institute of Terrestrial Ecology, 56pp. Boorman, L.A. Sedimentation at Tollesbury, Essex and developments at Saltram, Devon. Supplementary Report. NERC Institute of Terrestrial Ecology, 12pp.

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About this book. There are many reasons why people choose to live in or visit Suffolk but the wildlife may well be one of them. This is found in abundance in the RSPB's chain of coastal nature reserves, running from Dingle Marshes in the north, to Boyton and Hollesley Marshes in the south.

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In addition, where coastal slopes contain several layers of mudrocks, geometrically similar landslides may occur with perched slide surfaces breaking out at a higher level within the slopes. Landslides with strong bedding-controlled basal shear surfaces are the predominant form of instability along the southeast coastline of by: PYE, K.

and BLOTT, S.J., Coastal processes and morphological change in the Dunwich-Sizewell area, Suffolk, UK. Journal of Coastal Research, 22(3), West Palm Beach (Florida), ISSN The Suffolk coast around Dunwich and Sizewell has. Suffolk Natural History, Vol.

Originating from ocean floor volcanoes as the North Atlantic opened up with the break-up of Greenland-Rockall plate.

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Coastal Access in Essex: Salcott to Jaywick Natural England is working on proposals to improve public access to the coast between Salcott and Jaywick. For the latest information on the project, visit the England Coast Path website: Based upon Ordnance Survey material on behalf of HMSO. The River Stour forms the boundary between Essex and Suffolk.

To the east of Dedham, the heart of the Constable country, the river becomes tidal and the long estuary passes through thirteen parishes before entering the sea at Harwich.

It is with this estuary that this book is concerned. It is an estuary with a long history.5/5(3).

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The central part of the North Norfolk coastline is characterised by soft cliffs, fronted by beaches. The whole of the District’s cliffed coastline is thus susceptible to erosion.

The rate of erosion is obviously influenced by the coast protection measures in place, such as sea walls, revetments and groynes; hence some areas experience rapid.The Planning Departments of Suffolk Coastal and Waveney District Councils have merged but can still be contacted at. East Suffolk District Council, Melton Hill, Woodbridge, Suffolk IP12 1AU.

Tel: Email: [email protected] Dunwich falls within the ambit of the North Planning Team, whose phone number is