Fieldwork and research recap on
Flooding and erosion
Research and fieldwork – EROSION
• Fieldwork:
– Start Bay, Devon. Especially at Beesands
– On the fieldtrip you will carry...
Research and fieldwork – EROSION
• Fieldwork:
– Start Bay, Devon. Especially
at Beesands
– On the fieldtrip you will
carry...
Research and fieldwork – Flooding
• Fieldwork
– Interview local residents
who remember the event.
– Coastal flood risk lan...
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  1. 1. Fieldwork and research recap on Flooding and erosion
  2. 2. Research and fieldwork – EROSION • Fieldwork: – Start Bay, Devon. Especially at Beesands – On the fieldtrip you will carry out fieldwork into erosion of this stretch of the coast. – Other examples; • Land use mapping • Observations: Recent rock falls, undercutting, cliff slumping. • Abandoned buildings • Roads running out to sea • Eroded cliff top paths
  3. 3. Research and fieldwork – EROSION • Fieldwork: – Start Bay, Devon. Especially at Beesands – On the fieldtrip you will carry out fieldwork into erosion of this stretch of the coast. – Other examples; • Land use mapping • Observations: Recent rock falls, undercutting, cliff slumping. • Abandoned buildings • Roads running out to sea • Eroded cliff top paths • Research? – old-maps.co.uk – Google earth time slider – Old newspaper articles, google news archive search – Old photos search online – Old postcards search online – Census data on populations of towns lost to the sea (online or local library)
  4. 4. Research and fieldwork – Flooding • Fieldwork – Interview local residents who remember the event. – Coastal flood risk land use mapping. Who would be effected? – Questionnaires to stake holders who have experience of the event (local business owners, tourist information offices, etc.) • Research – Watch this video here on you tube. – Google earth Time Slider – Newspaper articles. Google news search – archive. Your Turn • Use the internet to research into either flooding or erosion. • Use the websites and different resources to look up some of the case studies.
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