Case Study: The South Downs G1

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  • Case Study: The South Downs
    • Location
      • Parallel to the South Coast
      • Just south of the A27
      • North of Brighton
      • Stretches all the way to Eastbourne
    • Description of Clay vale
      • rock underlies the vale
      • flat, low land lying
    • Humans Uses
      • Farming
        • Vale, intrusive, lot of money etc to build
        • crop farming, (arable)
      • Prehistoric & Ancient Settlement
        • Fort, near Devil's Dyke
        • Castle, high ground Edburton HIll, near Fulking, good defensive sight
      • Communications
        • minor road network, foot of chalk escarpment along the clay vale
        • South Downs Way, mostly on the chalk, good scenery
      • Recreations
        • car parks, greater accessibility for tourist
        • view points, chalk escarpment, Edburton's Hill & Devil's Dyke


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