3 edition of Poole Harbour Littoral found in the catalog.
Poole Harbour Littoral
by School of Conservation Sciences, Bournemouth University in Poole, Dorset
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 24-25).
|Other titles||Holton Lee Project 2000|
|Statement||by Eileen Wilkes and Ian Hewitt with contributions from Nigel Bryant ... [et al.].|
|Series||Bournemouth University, School of Conservation Sciences research report ;, 8, Research report (Bournemouth University. School of Conservation Sciences) ;, 8.|
|Contributions||Hewitt, I., Bryant, Nigel.|
|LC Classifications||DA690.P78 W55 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||26 p. :|
|Number of Pages||26|
|LC Control Number||2002327094|
The 14 square miles of Poole Harbour, with its relatively small harbour mouth, is an area of outstanding beauty but also one of contrasts and extremes. To the north of the Harbour lies the town of Poole with its docks and ferry terminals and with a population in excess of ,, while to the south-east the peninsula of Sandbanks at the. HARBOUR CONTROL; Harbour Control Officer should be contacted on VHF Channel 14 (or 16) in the event of an emergency, using the call sign "POOLE HARBOUR CONTROL" Tel no. POOLE BRIDGE VHF Channel 12 THE CHAIN FERRY: The Chain Ferry has right of way in almost every circumstance. Make sure to pass it at the rear leaving plenty of room.
In the quaint old port of Poole there's a whiff of money in the air: the town borders Sandbanks, a gorgeous beach backed by some of the world's most expensive chunks of real estate. Big bucks aside, Poole also boasts excellent eateries and is the springboard for a . A contemporary hotel in Poole Quay, overlooking the Harbour. Thistle Poole is a contemporary hotel on the quayside, overlooking the Harbour. We have 70 bedrooms, most of them with sea views, and two meeting rooms, the largest seating up to people theatre-style.
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The harbour is a drowned valley formed at the end of the last ice age and is the estuary of several rivers, the largest being the harbour has a long history of human settlement stretching to pre-Roman times.
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But the Harbour is also exceptional in the extent to which it represents in microcosm the world-wide tensions between environment and development. The quayside at Poole is well worth a visit and retains some of the charms of days gone by. Signposting in the town itself leaves a lot to be desired is a reasonable range of rented accommodation around the harbour and will cater for most tastes.
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Forming the estuary of several rivers in southern England, the harbor boasts prime locations for watersports and beach lounging, as well as many popular shopping and eating areas.
Take a waterside walk at sunset to enjoy Location: Poole Harbour, United Kingdom. About this book. Poole Harbour's unique combination of physical characteristics provide for a rich and productive ecological community recognised for its internationally significant bird populations and as a haven for the naturalisation of exotic species.
Poole Harbour Commissioners are the independent body that regulate the leisure, commercial and environmental activities of Poole Harbour, one of the largest natural harbours in the world. Speak to our team today to find out more. Purchase The Ecology of Poole Harbour, Volume 7 - 1st Edition.
Print Book & E-Book. ISBNLocated in the heart of Poole, this hotel is within a minute walk of Poole Stadium and Poole Harbour. Poole Park and RNLI Memorial Sculpture are also within 15 minutes.
Poole Station is 11 minutes by foot and Poole Parkstone Station is 29 minutes. Poole Harbour Timeline. 20 Mar. Poole Harbour and the surrounding coast has changed dramatically over time. It has seen rivers of ice, huge storms and the wrenching of rock. Meanwhile tides and waves work tirelessly with changing sea level to scour and shape the coast and continue to do so today.
Poole Harbour Tide Graphs The graph below shows the high and low tide graphs for Poole Harbour over the next seven days.
Where the change between high tide and low tide is at its smallest a Neap Tide has occurred. Where this gap is at its greatest, this is a Spring Tide. Scaplen's Court is a fifteenth century Grade I listed house in Poole, Dorset, England, adjacent to the Poole Museum.
Scaplens Court Museum is situated 1 mile northeast of Poole Harbour. Photo: Roy Hughes, CC BY-SA Situated in Poole, this vacation home is mi (2 km) from Poole Park and mi ( km) from Poole Harbour.
Compton Acres and Poole Stadium are also within 3 mi (5 km). Poole Parkstone Station is 12 minutes by foot and Poole Branksome Station is 26 minutes. Where is Poole Harbour? Poole is home to Poole Harbour. Poole is a welcoming city well known for its bars and seaside. If you want to find things to see and do in the area, you may want to check out Bournemouth Beach and Durdle Door.
Where can I stay near Poole Harbour? We've got hotels you can choose from within just a mile of Poole Harbour.Poole Harbour is a large natural harbour, the largest in Europe and second largest in the world.
There is lots to see and do in and around Poole Harbour, from watersports to fine dining, countryside walks to fishing. You can get great views over the Harbour to Brownsea Island from Poole Quay.Welcome to Poole Harbour.
Poole Harbour is one of the world's largest natural harbours and its extensive sheltered waters provide a magnificent haven for recreational sailing and water sports. The mudflats and salt marshes are of great ecological value for feeding and roosting birds.
Sharing the navigation channels with yachtsmen are cross-channel ferries and cargo vessels proceeding to and.