UK storms: Before and after 7 January 2014Last updated at 08:59 ET Stormy weather has wreaked havoc across the UK. A combination of high winds, rain and strong waves have battered the coastline and also caused flooding further inland. Here, a landmark rock arch in Porthcothan Bay in Cornwall, has been reduced to rubble. In Portland, Dorset, a rock stack off the coast, known locally as Pom Pom rock, has been washed away. Local historian Stuart Morris, who photographed the rock before and after its collapse, said: "You are talking about a natural stack that was hundreds of tonnes, totally demolished and broken to pieces by the storm."
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2011 Census Open Atlas Project Sorry, I have shuffled things about... If you are looking for the UK Census Atlas try here. Otherwise, there is the homepage or search.... Future of Climping’s sea defences unclear DIGGERS have been out on Climping beach, bolstering sea defences. But the future of the village’s seafront remains unclear ahead of a consultation later this year on what sort of sea defences the Environment Agency may be able to provide. Five years ago the Environment Agency (EA) shocked Climping residents by announcing draft plans to stop looking after the groynes and shingle bank protecting homes, businesses including the up-market Bailiffcrourt Hotel and farmland. The full impact of the strategy was due to come into force this year, with maintenance work ceasing as a policy of ‘do nothing’ was implemented by the EA. However, with bulldozers continuing to shore up the shingle on Climping beach in the wake of the storms and huge waves which have battered the coast this winter, the agency is maintaining the sea defences – for now. Climping Parish Council chairman Terry Hockley welcomed the recent work taking place on the sea defences and the plans to maintain them for the time being.
Withernsea High School Humanities College - KS4 The Geography Specification (Syllabus) at GCSE is: AQA Specification B This course has 4 elements, each worth 25% of the final mark. A Geography Lesson: Making the learning visible I remember being new to teaching and asking students to do complex thinking (analyse this…. Explain that…..etc.) and not really knowing how to help them do it. I have seen teachers that simply assume that students should be able to do it and if they cannot, then it is simply because they are “not that smart”. GP Task Population Zonal Stats (c) ESRI and its data partners | Esri, DeLorme, FAO, IFL, NGA, NOAA, USGS, EPA |