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Photos showing depth of sand lost Oct 2013- Feb 2014 in Montrose Bay

The fence has lost it’s pickets and the posts are far more exposed. Jean would be buried completely and Fraser would be up to his neck if they were suddenly transported back to last October.

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Erosion in Montrose bay October 2013 – February 2014

Quite a lot of the dunes have gone in the winter storms

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The Dynamic Mouth of the River North Esk

River mouths are useful indicators of coastal sediment transport. Often they are deflected in the direction of dominant longshore drift, sometimes with spits building up on their seaward side pointing in the prevalent direction of sediment transport. Dramatic changes in

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Pond on Dorward Drive

There was a large pond down Dorward Rd and between Grey Harlings and the golf links. It was a natural pond and part of it is where the road is now. When Traill Drive was constructed around 1910 the pond

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