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Exploring the Undercliffs The Axmouth to Lyme Regis National Nature Reserve, A 50th Anniversary Guide

By: Donald Campbell(Author)
68 pages, 84 colour photos and colour illustrations, 27 b/w illustrations
Exploring the Undercliffs
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Exploring the Undercliffs celebrates 50 years of a unique national nature reserve, part of England's only natural world heritage site – the Jurassic coast. Geology and landslides are explained, outlines history of the undercliffs, habitats of the nature reserve, and explains what to look for along the coast path and shoreline.

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By: Donald Campbell(Author)
68 pages, 84 colour photos and colour illustrations, 27 b/w illustrations
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