Pete Ryan’s case study of the Dee Estuary (pages 28–31) provides some interesting possibilities for an NEA looking at coastal sediment systems.
The article describes changes in vegetation across transects away from the coast controlled by elevation. By using a clinometer or a level to measure change in height along a transect you could explore the way in which elevation and vegetation are related in a range of coastal contexts.
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