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Earth science conservation in Great Britain

Nature Conservancy Council (Great Britain)

Earth science conservation in Great Britain

a strategy.

by Nature Conservancy Council (Great Britain)

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Published in Peterboroughc/lNature Conservancy Council) .
Written in English


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Pagination84p.
Number of Pages84
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18692025M
ISBN 100861396898
OCLC/WorldCa23676016

  Tremendous changes in attitude, policy and practice in relation to coastal defences have taken place in Britain over the past ten years but considerable conflicts between the interests of protection and those of conservation still remain. The main issue in this book is Price: $   The book is widely credited with putting the Arches National Monument on the map. Roger Deakin, Waterlog: A Swimmer’s Journey through Britain () Waterlog describes Roger Deakin’s experiences of wild swimming in British waterways, inspired by John Cheever’s short story “The Swimmer.” Deakin’s mission was to swim across Britain.

  The most prestigious science book prize in Britain has been won by a solo female writer for the first time in its year history. Gaia Vince, a journalist and broadcaster based in Author: Ian Sample. Here at National Geographic Kids we know how much our readers love our wonderful planet! But are you doing your bit to help look after it? Check out these five super-simple environment-saving tips 1. Avoid Palm Oil! Love biscuits? You’re not the only one – Britain consumes a whopping million biscuits every day!

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Since its inception inthe GCR has made a fundamental contribution to that goal, in providing a definitive method of assessment of key Earth science localities in Great Britain – and a model for other countries to follow – and a legally and scientifically recognised basis for conservation of nationally and internationally important Cited by: About this book There are many sites of scientific interest and value throughout the UK.

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