Terry Tucker T2Landscapes | Dorset, Heart of the Jurassic Coast

Created 4-Oct-10
Modified 31-Aug-11
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Dorset is a major part of the Jurassic Coast. This has a double meaning, in that it is coast now, but was also a coast, and estuary in Jurassic times. This explains the frequency of marine fossils found here.

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Keywords:Coastal, Dorset, Jurassic

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