Shifting Sands

Sand dunes form some of the most sensitive landforms on the planet.

Hermione Cockburn looks at the potential impact of environmental change on delicate dune landscapes.

She travels to Portstewart on the north coast of Northern Island, to meet coastal researcher Andrew Cooper and botanist Alan Cooper at a spectacular dune site owned by the National Trust.

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20051026

Sand dunes form some of the most sensitive landforms on the planet.

Hermione Cockburn looks at the potential impact of environmental change on delicate dune landscapes.

She travels to Portstewart on the north coast of Northern Island, to meet coastal researcher Andrew Cooper and botanist Alan Cooper at a spectacular dune site owned by the National Trust.

20051026

Sand dunes form some of the most sensitive landforms on the planet.

Hermione Cockburn looks at the potential impact of environmental change on delicate dune landscapes.

She travels to Portstewart on the north coast of Northern Island, to meet coastal researcher Andrew Cooper and botanist Alan Cooper at a spectacular dune site owned by the National Trust.

Sand dunes form some of the most sensitive landforms on the planet. Hermione Cockburn looks at the potential impact of environmental change on delicate dune landscapes. She travels to Portstewart on the north coast of Northern Island, to meet coastal researcher Andrew Cooper and botanist Alan Cooper at a spectacular dune site owned by the National Trust.