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The Coastal Atlas of Ireland
The Coastal Atlas of Ireland
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Ireland is an island surrounded by ocean, with a high percentage of its population living in the coastal zone; it is often referred to as an "island nation". The importance of the coastal zone to Ireland is extremely high, given its economic value from tourism and recreation, shing, aquaculture, energy, ports and linked industries. Although there are existing guides about Ireland's coastal geology, physical geography and landscapes, these are fragmented and mostly of a local nature. There is no…
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  • Metai: 20210929
  • Puslapiai: 912
  • ISBN-10: 1782054510
  • ISBN-13: 9781782054511
  • Formatas: 24.1 x 30.2 x 5.9 cm, kieti viršeliai
  • Kalba: Anglų

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Ireland is an island surrounded by ocean, with a high percentage of its population living in the coastal zone; it is often referred to as an "island nation". The importance of the coastal zone to Ireland is extremely high, given its economic value from tourism and recreation, shing, aquaculture, energy, ports and linked industries. Although there are existing guides about Ireland's coastal geology, physical geography and landscapes, these are fragmented and mostly of a local nature. There is no single text that explores the coast of Ireland as a whole, from both the physical and social perspectives. Shorelines: The Coastal Atlas of Ireland will fi ll this gap. The Atlas will contribute towards the dissemination and outreach of scientific knowledge about the coasts of Ireland and of the processes that are shaping them, to the broader public, government and decision makers.Shorelines: The Coastal Atlas of Ireland will be an 1000 page, 33-chapter publication, containing over 1000 maps and illustrations. Edited by Robert Devoy, Val Cummins, Barry Brunt, Darius Bartlett, and Sarah Kandrot, with digital production by Maxim Kozachenko, the publication involves the work of over 100 authors.
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Ireland is an island surrounded by ocean, with a high percentage of its population living in the coastal zone; it is often referred to as an "island nation". The importance of the coastal zone to Ireland is extremely high, given its economic value from tourism and recreation, shing, aquaculture, energy, ports and linked industries. Although there are existing guides about Ireland's coastal geology, physical geography and landscapes, these are fragmented and mostly of a local nature. There is no single text that explores the coast of Ireland as a whole, from both the physical and social perspectives. Shorelines: The Coastal Atlas of Ireland will fi ll this gap. The Atlas will contribute towards the dissemination and outreach of scientific knowledge about the coasts of Ireland and of the processes that are shaping them, to the broader public, government and decision makers.Shorelines: The Coastal Atlas of Ireland will be an 1000 page, 33-chapter publication, containing over 1000 maps and illustrations. Edited by Robert Devoy, Val Cummins, Barry Brunt, Darius Bartlett, and Sarah Kandrot, with digital production by Maxim Kozachenko, the publication involves the work of over 100 authors.

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