British coasts suffer years erosion in just weeks of storms, says National Trust

Independent: Some of Britain’s most famous sections of coastline have suffered years of erosion and damage in just a few weeks, or in some cases hours, as a result of the winter storms, the National Trust has said. The high winds and waves that have repeatedly battered the UK have left cliffs crumbling, beaches and sand dunes eroded, defences breached and shorelines and harbours damaged. The storms have caused the kind of damage the Trust was expecting, but not for some years to come, and the organisation......

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