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403. Jurassic Coast: World Heritage Site - Part 2

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This Geography Factsheet follows on from Factsheet 399 which looked at coastal management issues related to physical processes. This Factsheet explores some of the issues of the granting of world heritage status, which can lead to issues of over tourism as well as uneven concentrations of visitors at key honey pot sites in an era of tight funding for tourist development schemes.

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January 2020

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ISSN: 1351-5136

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