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The importance of coastal sites in Palaeogene conservation, exemplified by the succession in Christchurch Bay
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
In: Hooke, J. (1998). Coastal defence and earth science conservation. Geological Society: Bath. ISBN 1-897799-96-9. 270 pp., more

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    VLIZ: Geology and Geophysics [24680]

Keywords
    Coasts; Conservation; Lithification; Palaeogene; Rocks; ANE, British Isles, England [Marine Regions]

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  • Daley, B.

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