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2120 - Shifting dunes along the shoreline with Ammophila arenaria ("white dunes")
Even if they disagree, "both papers are providing convincing evidence that the generation of small dunes in a field is a very important ingredient to explain the structure of barchan corridors," says Eric Parteli of the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg in Germany.
There are 23 Dune London stores across the Middle East, with seven new stores opening within the last 12 months.
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RABBIT WORK: Dune restoration at Newborough Warren DUNE CREATURES: Sand wasp; Wild grazing ponies; and the beetle Colletes Cunicularius
But this important management is clearing away the thick thatch of choking grasses and dark soil, to reveal bare sandy areas which are an ideal seed bed for rare plants and home to endangered dune insects.
A National Trust spokesman said: "The trees are placed in rows in areas where the dunes are most vulnerable to help catch the sand as the wind blows it over the dunes.
It is hoped that coastal flowers such as Fen Orchids will become re-established Specialist wildlife has become threatened, and the CCW hopes that by removing thick mats of grasses, the original shifting dunes will be re-established.
David Carrington, Kenfig reserve manager, said: "The communities of plants and animals special to dune landscapes thrive on a regime of periodic disturbance and recovery.
Waves swept away the front portion of sand dunes at Tynemouth Longsands and toppled the fencing which helped protect the dunes.
Recently, however, a new attitude to dune management has evolved, with the realization that effects of 'coastal squeeze' can be overcome by abandoning stabilization techniques and allowing dune activity (Houston 1992; Pethick 2001; Orford and Pethick 2006).
According to the classification of forest site types used the dune forests in South-West Estonia are of Cladina, Yaccinium vitis-idaea, Callana, and Yaccinium myrtillus type.