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the outline of a coast

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And 94% of the 3,342 miles of coastline considered to be "pristine" in the original survey in 1965 is now protected, as it is either owned by the National Trust or is designated as an important natural area in the planning system.
Martyn will use the recordings as the inspiration for a 20-minute soundscape which will transport listeners to the sensory richness of the coastline.
The coastline encapsulates the beating heart of what the National Trust is about - looking after places of natural beauty rich in wildlife.
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.
INDIANAPOLIS, May 6, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- William Roam, creators of American-made personal care products for the hospitality market, is committed to helping keep Hawaii's beaches clean through a donation to Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii.
According to the group, the regulations, thwarted for the time being, are the first of three bills being used by the government to push for the appropriation and privatisation of forests, beaches, the coastline, the sea and the commons.
Master-planned in alignment with Dubai Vision 2020, the development will be distinguished by The Deira Islands Coastline comprising of integrated leisure beaches, revetment frontages, headlands, and quay walls providing an open pedestrian access around the perimeter of the four interlinked islands with extensive views towards the Arabian Gulf and the Sharjah and Dubai skylines.
Simon Pryor, natural environment director at the National Trust, called for the Government to ensure strategies to futureproof the coastline are implemented.
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AN urgent call has gone out to cordon off a "dangerous" coastline in the Northern Governorate after four people nearly drowned.
Washington, September 5 ( ANI ): The effects of coastline erosion as a result of rising sea-level rise in the vicinity of inlets, such as river estuaries, have until now been dramatically underestimated, researchers have found using a new model.
Four major events had the potential to adversely influence the unemployment rate of the coastline counties along the Gulf of Mexico from 2000 to 2010: the 2001 recession, the 2005 hurricane season, the 2007-2009 recession, and a major oil spill caused by an explosion on the Deepwater Horizon drilling rig in April 2010.
West Bengal, which has a lengthy coastline, is vulnerable to such attacks and the Navy has decided to operate unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) from an air enclave it proposes to set up at the Behala Flying Club here.
TREE lover Sophie Churchill took on the mammoth challenge of walking the length of the Jurassic Coastline in aid of the charity TREE AID.
There's also islands off the British coastline offering their own unique culture and attractions.