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#48-Coastal Geomorphology in Spain (2006) [Bilbao]

 

 

-A study of the coastal geomorphology of Spain brings into focus the geology of the Iberian Peninsula. The peninsula contains rocks from almost every age, including Ediacaran to Recent, with almost every kind of rock represented. Spain takes up approximately 85% of the Iberian Peninsula, with it's main coastline approximately 5,755 km (~3575 mi) long. This JCR Special Issue takes you on a journey through the details of the geomorphology of the Spanish coast, with an insightful collection of selected papers. 

 

 

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