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I am currently doing my geography homework and need some help with a question. The question is "Using a case study, discuss the effects of cliff collapse on people's lives and the environment."
I know what the question is asking for but I can't remember any case studies that will help me answer this question.
Please can you give me an example of a case study?
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(Original post by James2810)
I am currently doing my geography homework and need some help with a question. The question is "Using a case study, discuss the effects of cliff collapse on people's lives and the environment."
I know what the question is asking for but I can't remember any case studies that will help me answer this question.
Please can you give me an example of a case study?
Have you studied the Holbeck Hall Hotel? It's located next to Scarbrough on the East coast, where the cliffs are comprised of Boulder Clay, which becomes very unstable when wet. Basically the hotel collapsed into the sea, having disastrous consequences for the owners. The Holderness coast is retreating very rapidly, so a bit of research into that will yield results,
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http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone/cl...sion/8434.html
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Have you studied the Holbeck Hall Hotel? It's located next to Scarbrough on the East coast, where the cliffs are comprised of Boulder Clay, which becomes very unstable when wet. Basically the hotel collapsed into the sea, having disastrous consequences for the owners. The Holderness coast is retreating very rapidly, so a bit of research into that will yield results,
Here's a good starting clip
http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone/cl...sion/8434.html
Yes I have. You just reminded me about it. I done a case study about that a few weeks ago. Thanks for the help!

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