Case Study: Studland Bay Nature Reserve

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Where is Studland Bay located?
On the South coast of England near Bournemouth and Swanage.
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How many people visit Studland Bay each year and why?
1.5 million, they go due to its beauty and the rare species which can be found there.
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What are 4 problems being experienced in Studland Bay?
Very vunerable eco-system - rare species are at risk, lots of tourist, tourist facilities can cover land, visitors cause litter and create fire hazards
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What holds sand dunes together?
Marram grass
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What are 7 solutions implimented to reduce damage?
Vunerable areas are fenced off, guided walks allow people to enjoy it without damaging the environment, limited car parking, boardwalks, fire beaters, jet skis are not allowed to be launched, Dogs aren't during summer months on Knoll and Middle beach
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And 2 more solutions?
Facilities are focussed in one area keep damage to one area and tourists are educated about the environment so they're encouraged to protect it
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