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Description

The British Isles has 12,500km of coastline which is continuously being pounded by the sea. Our rocky coastline protects many of these areas. On the Holderness coastline, land and property is being washed away as the cliff material is weak. This problem is much worse during stormy weather.
Class Clips
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Class Clips, Geography
First broadcast:
16 March 2006

Classroom Ideas

Could be used as part of a case study into the Holderness coastline. Students could be asked to think about who is affected by the erosion in Holderness and what the potential solutions could be.