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Coastal morphodynamics of Dundrum Bay, Co. Down, Northern Ireland.

Fatima Navas Concha

Coastal morphodynamics of Dundrum Bay, Co. Down, Northern Ireland.

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Published by The Author] in [S.l .
Written in English


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Thesis (D. Phil. ) - University of Ulster, 1999.

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Coastal morphodynamics of Dundrum Bay, Co. Down, Northern Ireland. by Fatima Navas Concha Download PDF EPUB FB2

Dundrum (from Irish: Dún Droma, meaning "fort of the ridge") is a village and townland in County Down, Northern is beside Dundrum Bay, about 4 miles outside Newcastle on the A2 road. The village is best known for its ruined Norman had a population of 1, people at the CensusCountry: Northern Ireland.

Ballynoe Stone Circle is a stone circle situated in the small hamlet of Ballynoe miles south of Downpatrick, County Down, Northern Ireland. Ballynoe Stone Circle is situated 4 miles north of Dundrum Bay. Photo: Ardfern, CC BY-SA Dundrum Bay is a bay located next to Dundrum, County Down, Northern bay was home to a roughly year-long "shipwreck" of the SS Great Britain; in actuality, the "wreck" was a period of time in which the ship had run aground of a sandbar.

The Dundrum Coastal Path, a part of the larger Lecale Way, is a popular hiking trail that winds along the fronts of the bay; the trek is especially. The gentle shelving shoreline of Dundrum Inner Bay merges with the shingle and dunes of Murlough.

Across the Bay lie the fertile plains of Lecale while behind the village on the summit of a rocky hill, stands one of Northern Ireland's most evocative medieval ruins - Dundrum Castle. Across the bay lie the fertile plains of Lecale, while behind the village on the summit of a rocky hill, stands one of Northern Ireland’s most evocative medieval ruins; Dundrum Castle.

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The path is relatively level and passes through a variety of terrains that also provide many opportunities for bird watching. The Dundrum Coastal Path is a mile stretch of disused railway line, part of the Lecale semi-natural habitats have herb-rich grassland, marginal scrub, scrub woodland, brackish pools and sea-shore plants on the rocks, sand and salt marsh of Inner Dundrum -shore plants included Common Scurvygrass (Cochlearia officinalis), Sea Milkwort (Glaux maritima), Annual Seablite (Suadea.

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Clough Castle is the site of an Anglo-Norman motte-and-bailey situated in Clough, County Down, Northern Ireland, near the junction of the A25 and A24 roads. Clough Castle is situated 2 miles north of Dundrum Inner Bay North. Photo: Wikimedia, Public domain.

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The morphodynamics of beach-ridge formation: Magilligan, Northern Ireland. Mar. Geol., Magilligan foreland is a Holocene beach-ridge plain comprising three principal sets of sand ridges. Sets I and II are related to the mid-Holocene progradation of the plain, while Set III represents recent deposition at the distal by: Murlough Bay Court in Dundrum is in Northern Ireland.

The postcode is within the Dundrum ward/electoral division, which is in the UK Parliamentary Constituency of South Down. This page combines information for the address Murlough Bay Court, Dundrum, Newcastle, Northern Ireland, BT33 0WH, and the neighbourhood in which it resides.

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Immediately beside the gate lodge and providing the main point of access to the dunes across the bay is. Welcome to Murlough National Nature Reserve, a fragile year old sand dune system cared for by the National Trust and managed as Ireland’s first nature reserve since Murlough is home to a wide range of habitats including heathland, species-rich grassland, lichen-rich hollows, gorse and bracken scrub, and woodland.

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