The River Teign :: Shared Description

From the Bovey Basin Strategy, 5.26: Devon County Council, 2001 (with some extra punctuation).
"The study area [the Bovey Basin] forms part of the relatively wide flat river basin of the Teign, which contrasts sharply with the Teign's steeply-graded upper catchments on Dartmoor. The contrasting sediment-carrying characteristics of the two reaches of the catchment, and flash-flooding associated with steeply-graded poorly-vegetated catchments create dynamic geomorphological conditions. Evidence of scour, lateral shifting and sedimentation are apparent on the majority of upper river reaches in the study area."
by Robin Stott
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17 images use this description:

SX9272 : Bank of the River Teign by David Smith
SX8475 : Recent erosion, east bank of the River Teign by Robin Stott
SX9372 : Shaldon Bridge over River Teign by David Smith
SX8476 : Bend of the River Teign northwest of Southacre quarry by Robin Stott
SX8474 : Erosion toppling trees, east bank of the Teign by Robin Stott
SX9272 : Castellated house by River Teign in Shaldon by David Smith
SX8574 : River Teign by David Smith
SX9372 : Shaldon and Shaldon Bridge over the River Teign by David Smith
SX9272 : Templer Way signpost at Ringmore Strand by David Smith
SX8574 : Track to River Teign by David Smith
SX8475 : The River Bovey joins the River Teign by Robin Stott
SX9172 : River Teign and Teignharvey by David Smith
SX8574 : Footbridge over the River Teign by David Smith
SX8772 : Bridge over the River Teign by JThomas
SX8475 : Erosion and deposition by the Teign by Robin Stott
SX8574 : A sharp S-bend, River Teign east of Leygreen by Robin Stott
SX8574 : Footbridge over River Teign near Sampson's farm by David Smith


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Created: Tue, 12 Jan 2010, Updated: Tue, 12 Jan 2010

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