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Coastal Zone Assessment Survey - Part 2: Survey Report: The Angus coast from Monifieth to St Cyrus

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Coastal Zone Assessment Survey - Part 2: Survey Report : The Angus coast from Monifieth to St Cyrus. / Dawson, Tom; Hambly, Joanna; Peters, Cat.

Historic Scotland, 2009.

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Dawson, T, Hambly, J & Peters, C 2009, Coastal Zone Assessment Survey - Part 2: Survey Report: The Angus coast from Monifieth to St Cyrus. Historic Scotland.

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Dawson, T., Hambly, J., & Peters, C. (2009). Coastal Zone Assessment Survey - Part 2: Survey Report: The Angus coast from Monifieth to St Cyrus. Historic Scotland.

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Dawson T, Hambly J, Peters C. Coastal Zone Assessment Survey - Part 2: Survey Report: The Angus coast from Monifieth to St Cyrus. Historic Scotland, 2009.

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Dawson, Tom ; Hambly, Joanna ; Peters, Cat. / Coastal Zone Assessment Survey - Part 2: Survey Report : The Angus coast from Monifieth to St Cyrus. Historic Scotland, 2009.

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author = "Tom Dawson and Joanna Hambly and Cat Peters",
year = "2009",
language = "English",
publisher = "Historic Scotland",

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T2 - The Angus coast from Monifieth to St Cyrus

AU - Dawson, Tom

AU - Hambly, Joanna

AU - Peters, Cat

PY - 2009

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