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The dunes of England, an example of a national inventory
Radley, G.P. (1992). The dunes of England, an example of a national inventory, in: Carter, R.W.G. et al. (Ed.) Coastal dunes: geomorphology, ecology and management for conservation: Proceedings of the 3rd European Dune Congress Galway, Ireland, 17-21 June 1992. pp. 439-453
In: Carter, R.W.G. et al. (Ed.) (1992). Coastal dunes: geomorphology, ecology and management for conservation: Proceedings of the 3rd European Dune Congress Galway, Ireland, 17-21 June 1992. A.A. Balkema [etc.]: Rotterdam. ISBN 90-5410-058-3. 533 pp., more

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  • Radley, G.P.

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    Over a four year period all significant areas of coastal dune in England were located and visited. This work formed part of a larger project to compile an inventory for the whole of Britain for all major coastal habitats. Remaining areas of semi-natural vegetation on blown sand were surveyed and described using National Vegetation Classification methodology. Information was collected on dune management, land use, and Some results of this survey are described and examples are given of ways in which the inventory can support the conservation work of English Nature, a government nature conservation agency.

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