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    does anyone do sand dunes? i need one of the case studies on describing the succesion of a named sand dune - so if youve got one itd be cool to share it
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    (Original post by TheWolf)
    does anyone do sand dunes? i need one of the case studies on describing the succesion of a named sand dune - so if youve got one itd be cool to share it
    we did dawlish warren in devon and coatham sands in north yorkshire. if you search them you should get a lot of stuff.
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    (Original post by TheWolf)
    does anyone do sand dunes? i need one of the case studies on describing the succesion of a named sand dune - so if youve got one itd be cool to share it
    Oxwich bay in the Gower (near Swansea in S Wales) or Studland near Swanage in Dorset are both good and there should be lots on these.
    Try http://www.cix.co.uk/~argus/Dreambio...and%20dune.htm
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    http://www.geography.btinternet.co.uk/
    They might be helpful
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    Yep i'm doing Studland Bay in Swanage.

    Not sure to what extent this is useful but there seemed to be some good stuff here
    http://www.google.co.uk/search?hl=en...ccession&meta= (the first option)
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    The Ainsdale Dunes in Lancashire are good if you want to look at Psammosere plant sucession
 
 
 
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