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The tidal régime of the River Thames; long-term trends and their possible causes
Some of the processes responsible for the observed changes in the tidal regime of the River Thames are fairly well established, for example, the general sinking of southeastern England. However, theExpand
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Sedimentation in the inner estuary of the Thames, and its relation to the regional subsidence
The Inner Thames Estuary is defined as that part of the estuary which lies above the point of widening at Southend and the tidal limit at Teddington Weir (figure 1). In respect of sedimentation itExpand
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Sea-level observations and their secular variation
The analysis of continuous sea-level records at the coastal stations is direct and should be one of the most reliable means of assessing secular coastal movement in the vertical. However, limitationsExpand
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Coast erosion and sediment circulation on the coast of eastern England
Sediment is considered to travel southward along the English coast and northward along the Dutch coast and this has been interpreted as being part of a counter clockwise circulation in the North Sea.Expand