Store Catalogue | Books | Landform Guides | Coast of the East Riding of Yorkshire
This fascinating coastline exhibits three main types of classic landform: spectacular vertical chalk cliffs (Flamborough Head); rapidly eroding glacial till cliffs (e.g. at Barmston, Mappleton and Withernsea); and a narrow sand and shingle spit (Spurn Head). The clear and authoritative text describes how the coast has been formed by glaciation, and how marine influences continue to reshape its outline.
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