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    Hi all, basically im doing this coursework due in on Tuesday (15/03/11) on Swansea bay and the changes that have occured in the area since the 1880's. I can't seem to find much information on why the bay was covered in water and now its land? Was the bay just extended or did they create coastal defences to stop the water coming through? Im really confused. Ive linked two maps, one from 1880's and one from today.. any information would be appriciated. Thanks so much.

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