Publisher: Macmillan (May 14, 1993)
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Richard Muir explains how the British beach developed its assorted surroundings; why there are such a lot of rock forms; how cliffs, sea caves, blowholes, arches and sea stacks are shaped; and why sand and shingle shorelines, sandpits and lagoons are created. He describes how the early fishing and limpet-gathering within the heart Stone Age built into the present-day fishing undefined. He recounts how long ago, efforts were made to stabilize susceptible coastlines. those eforts haven't avoided disasterous floods. the present motives for main issue are oil spillages, the release of poisonous components and the over-exploitation of assets and their impression not only on guy, yet at the natural world in those parts.