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Coastal defence and earth science conservation
Hooke, J. (1998). Coastal defence and earth science conservation. Geological Society: Bath. ISBN 1-897799-96-9. 270 pp.

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    VLIZ: Geology and Geophysics GEO.32 [24664]

Keywords
    Coast defences; Conservation; Earth sciences

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  • Hooke, J.

Content
  • Hooke, J. (1998). Issues and strategies in relation to geological and geomorphological conservation and defence of the coast, in: Hooke, J. Coastal defence and earth science conservation. pp. 1-9, more
  • Leafe, R. (1998). Conserving our coastal heritage: a conflict resolved?, in: Hooke, J. Coastal defence and earth science conservation. pp. 10-19, more
  • Brampton, A.H. (1998). Cliff conservation and protection: methods and practices to resolve conflicts, in: Hooke, J. Coastal defence and earth science conservation. pp. 21-31, more
  • Barton, M.E. (1998). Geotechnical problems with the maintenance of geological exposures in clay cliffs subject to reduced erosion rates, in: Hooke, J. Coastal defence and earth science conservation. pp. 32-45, more
  • Lee, E.M. (1998). Problems associated with the prediction of cliff recession rates for coastal defence and conservation, in: Hooke, J. Coastal defence and earth science conservation. pp. 46-57, more
  • Saiu, E.M.; McManus, J. (1998). Impacts of coal mining on coastal stability of Fife, in: Hooke, J. Coastal defence and earth science conservation. pp. 58-66, more
  • McInnes, R.G. (1998). Practical experience in reconciling conservation and coastal defence strategies on the Isle of Wight, in: Hooke, J. Coastal defence and earth science conservation. pp. 67-86, more
  • Orford, J.; Jennings, S. (1998). The importance of different time-scale controls on coastal management strategy: the problem of Porlock gravel barrier, Somerset, UK, in: Hooke, J. Coastal defence and earth science conservation. pp. 87-102, more
  • Regnauld, H.; Lemasson, L.; Dubreuil, V. (1998). The mobility of coastal landforms under climatic changes: issues for geomorphological and archaeological conservation, in: Hooke, J. Coastal defence and earth science conservation. pp. 103-114, more
  • Bray, M.; Hooke, J. (1998). Spatial perspectives in coastal defence and conservation strategies, in: Hooke, J. Coastal defence and earth science conservation. pp. 115-132, more
  • Lees, R.G.; Gordon, J.E.; McKirdy, A.P. (1998). Coastal erosion, coastal defences and Earth Heritage in Scotland, in: Hooke, J. Coastal defence and earth science conservation. pp. 133-150, more
  • Arthurton, R. (1998). Resource, evaluation and net benefit, in: Hooke, J. Coastal defence and earth science conservation. pp. 151-161, more
  • Cooper, N.J.; Harlow, D.A. (1998). Beach replenishment: implications for sources and longevity from results of the Bournemouth schemes, in: Hooke, J. Coastal defence and earth science conservation. pp. 162-177, more
  • Hose, T.A. (1998). Selling coastal geology to visitors, in: Hooke, J. Coastal defence and earth science conservation. pp. 178-195, more
  • Page, K.N. (1998). England's Earth Heritage Resource: an asset for everyone, in: Hooke, J. Coastal defence and earth science conservation. pp. 196-209, more
  • Daley, B. (1998). The importance of coastal sites in Palaeogene conservation, exemplified by the succession in Christchurch Bay, in: Hooke, J. Coastal defence and earth science conservation. pp. 211-232, more
  • Bray, M.; Hooke, J. (1998). Geomorphology and management of sites in Poole and Christchurch Bays, in: Hooke, J. Coastal defence and earth science conservation. pp. 231-255, more
  • Wright, D. (1998). Hurst Spit: the local authority perspective, in: Hooke, J. Coastal defence and earth science conservation. pp. 256-266, more

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