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The Living Coast: Past, Present and Future

Out of Print
By: M Willes and R Offen
141 pages, Col photos throughout
Publisher: National Trust
The Living Coast: Past, Present and Future
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  • The Living Coast: Past, Present and Future ISBN: 9780707803593 Hardback Dec 2003 Out of Print #142470
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Illustrates the many varied coastal formations, from the volcanic basalt of the Giant's Causeway in Ireland to the chalk cliffs of Dover, and the wildlife they support. The book features a variety of habitats from mudflats to coastal woodland, home to the red squirrel and many exotic plants. A fascinating illustration of how both human and natural intervention have influenced the development of the British coastline.

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Out of Print
By: M Willes and R Offen
141 pages, Col photos throughout
Publisher: National Trust
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