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Scotland's Living Coastline

By: John M Baxter(Editor), Kathy Duncan(Editor), Stephen M Atkins(Editor), George Lees(Editor), Magnus Magnusson(Foreword By)
233 pages, 24 plates with 57 colour photos and colour illustrations; b/w maps, tables
Scotland's Living Coastline
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  • Scotland's Living Coastline ISBN: 9780114958565 Hardback Dec 1999 Usually dispatched within 5 days
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Based on a conference organised by the Maritime Group of Advisory Services of Scottish Natural Heritage, this book starts by setting the Scottish coast in a wider European context and reviews some of the most significant coastal processes which continue to shape its character. It explores a wide range of new management initiatives and concludes with contributions which explore the safeguarding of biodiversity, including reviews of some major data inventories and a discussion of the implementation of biodiversity plans.

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By: John M Baxter(Editor), Kathy Duncan(Editor), Stephen M Atkins(Editor), George Lees(Editor), Magnus Magnusson(Foreword By)
233 pages, 24 plates with 57 colour photos and colour illustrations; b/w maps, tables
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