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What are the effects of Coastal Management at Cromer on the rest of the North Norfolk Coast Line?
This is my question for my NEA, and I'm struggling to find data to back up my theory, if anyone has any good links it would be much appreciated.
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You might be able to find something in here https://www.north-norfolk.gov.uk/med...tegy-study.pdf Sorry if its no help.


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What are the effects of Coastal Management at Cromer on the rest of the North Norfolk Coast Line?
This is my question for my NEA, and I'm struggling to find data to back up my theory, if anyone has any good links it would be much appreciated.
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Your best bet is to look at the documents released by the district council, which have already been posted. Google scholar has a lot of entries from journals and research publications which contains some information on Cromer, though you're going to have to sift through to find what is relevant within each article.
https://scholar.google.co.uk/scholar...nagement&btnG=
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