Exploring the Undercliffs

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The Axmouth to Lyme Regis Undercliffs National Nature Reserve has been called “one of the wildest and most unspoilt tracts of country for its size in England”. Its remarkable cliff face is home to some of the most important invertebrate habitats in the country, such as the Spider-hunter Wasp and a Mining Beerestricted to the Jurassic Coast. This guide, edited by Denys Brunsden who led the bid for the Dorset and East Devon Coast to be declared a World Heritage Site, explores the amazing geology and history that has created this unique area. 

• Written By Donald Campbell
• Edited by Prof. Denys Brunsden
• Over 120 photographs and illustrations
• Geology and landslides explained
• What to look for along the coast path & shoreline
• Discover the history of this fascinating National Nature Reserve
• Learn about the flora and fauna of this unique area
• 64 page full colour guide book


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