128 pages of fascinating information about a 95-mile stretch of the English coast that has more going on than almost anywhere else in the world terms of types of rock, variety of fossils, geomorphology (coastal erosion etc.). It has dozens of colour photos, charts, maps, etc. Ideal for anyone who wonders why the Dorset coast looks the way it does, and how it got like that, or what it was like millions of years ago (and where it was!!!), and what creatures lived there then - or if you are just planning to visit the Dorset coast and fancy looking for fossils on the beach.
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This book was purchased as a Christmas present and the recipient was delighted with it. He is very interested in the geology of that particular area and is now the owner of several of these matching books. A really interesting book with colour plates.