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Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door, Dorset
A geological stroll along the Dorset coast from Lulworth Cove to Durdle Door.
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New research reveals fresh insights into the role of karst in the Chalk aquifer
New research has thrown fresh light on what scientists understand about the role of karst in the Chalk aquifer, which provides public water supplies to millions of people, agriculture and industry, and sustains vital habitats.
Ballard Down, Dorset
To the north of the Swanage Bay is a prominent headland, which is a major Cretaceous Chalk Group exposure called Ballard Down.
The story of the Maharaja’s Well is not just cultural but is intimately bound up with the geology of the Chilterns Hills.