Overall 76% of the coastline
of England, Wales and Northern Ireland remains undeveloped, providing an important resource for people and nature, the National Trust said.
Helen Ghosh, the Trust's directorgeneral, said: "Over 50 years the extraordinary generosity and support of people from across the world has enabled us to buy some of the most beautiful, dramatic and diverse coastline
on these islands enabling people to enjoy them and protecting them from development for generations to come.
Without this our coastline
could look very different today.
The majority of coastline
prognoses only took the Bruun effect into consideration.
unemployment rate for all coastline
counties = Sum of unemployment level in all 56 counties/Sum of labor force level in all 56 counties x 100
Our aim in the Merseyside and Dee areas is to improve access until we have a continuous walkway along the entire coastline
As many as 5,000 of those bears live in areas off Alaska or the nearby coastlines
3 per cent of eroding UK coastline
compares with 19.
In 2003 North Tyneside Council spent pounds 100,000 cleaning the coastline
and reaping four Seaside Awards last month alone.
have changed over the last 20 to 30 years.
Aerial photographs taken over the past 50 years show that Alaska's coastlines
of permafrost aren't that permanent after all.
The coasts of the Carolinas and Virginia and the Chesapeake Bay area are at a greater risk of flooding if a tsunami occurs, because their coastlines
are low-lying and in a direction opposite to the potential slide motion of the shelf, according to the report.