Coast Sand Dunes, Sand Spits and Sand Wastes

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    THE object of this book, as stated by the author in the preface, is to direct attention to the advanage o'f controlling the blown sand dunes on the sea-coast so as to make them act as a protection to the land behind from erosion by the sea; to prevent them from advancing inland and destroying existing vegetation, and to enable sand wastes where they exist to be reclaimed and planted with trees.

    Coast Sand Dunes, Sand Spits and Sand Wastes.

    By G. O. Case. Pp. xi + 162. (London: St. Bride's Press, Ltd., 1914.) Price 5s. net.

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    Coast Sand Dunes, Sand Spits and Sand Wastes . Nature 93, 583 (1914) doi:10.1038/093583b0

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