East Yorkshire coastal erosion

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Changing Horizons
Coastal change and the fishing industry in Holderness
Heritage video commissioned by East Riding of Yorkshire Council
December 2013 [32:42]
trailer

British Geological Survey
index to relevant articles

DHV Group
EUROSION Case Study: Holderness Coast

Earthwatcher
Sewerby cliff interpretation
flickr

East Riding of Yorkshire Council
Coastal Explorer
Coastal Information Pack
aerial flyover videos (June 2003)

English Heritage/Humber Field Archaeology
Rapid Coastal Zone Assessment Survey
Yorkshire and Lincolnshire: Bempton to Donna Nook (large file)

Environment Agency
Shoreline Management Plans (SMPs)
second generation (SMP2)

GeoActive Online
Holderness Coastal Management: An update

Hidden Holderness
Lost Villages

Humber Estuary Coastal Authorities Group (HECAG):
Flamborough Head to Gibraltar Point Shoreline Management Plan 2
publicly available dcuments

Kenneth Pye Associates Ltd
Holderness Erosion and Evolution of the Spurn Peninsula (large file alternative download)
Presentation by K Pye and S Blott

Natural Environment Research Council
British Geological Survey
Coastal erosion of the Holderness to Spurn Head coast
Landslides and coastal erosion at Aldbrough, East Riding of Yorkshire (includes video)

Pillbox Study Group

Pumpkin Interactive
Sustainable Coastal Management: Holderness
Promotional clip for educational DVD

Sea Field Project
East Newton
Fiona Caley (2011)

University of Hull
The Humber Bibliography
The Origins of Holderness

data
East Riding of Yorkshire Council
profile details
results
summary
beach profiles

maps
erosion map
overlay maps index
coastal mapper interface / instructions
archive maps index
old maps online

tools
Google Earth (download)
UK Grid Reference Finder
distance calculator
erosion calculator (download)

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references

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Ash, J, Fenn, T, Daly, E (Risk & Policy Analysts Ltd),
Morgan, N, Tucker, M (Watsons),
and Willis, K (University of Newcastle) (2009)
‘Changes in asset values on eroding coasts’
Joint DEFRA/Environment Agency
Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management R&D Programme
Technical report FD2623/TR

Barkwith, A, Hurst, M D, Thomas, C W, Ellis, M A, Limber, P W,
and Murray, A B (2013)
’Assessing the influence of sea walls
on the coastal vulnerability of a pinned, soft-cliff, sandy coastline’

Earth Surface Dynamics Discussions, 1, 1127-1149

Barkwith, A, Thomas, C W, Limber, P W, Ellis, M A, and Murray, A B (2013)
‘Assessing the natural morphological sensitivity of a pinned, soft-cliff,
sandy coast to a changing wave climate’

Earth Surface Dynamics Discussions, 1, 855–889

Bateman, M D, Buckland, P C, Whyte, M A, Ashurst, R A, Boulter, C,
and Panagiotakopulu, E (2011)
‘Re-evaluation of the Last Glacial Maximum typesite at Dimlington, UK’
Boreas, 40, 4, 573–584
abstract

Beaumont, L (fieldwork 2009)
‘The Provenance of the Glacial Tills on the Holderness Coast, East Yorkshire, UK’
Hull Geological Society
Humberside Geologist, 15

Bell, F G (2002)
‘The geotechnical properties of some till deposits occurring along the coastal areas of eastern England’
Engineering Geology, 63, 49-68

Bisat, W S (1939)
‘Older and newer drift in East Yorkshire’
Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society, 24, 137-151
extract

Boston, C M (2007)
‘An examination of the Geochemical properties of Late Devensian glacigenic sediments in Eastern England’
MSc thesis (University of Durham)

Boyes, S, Cutts, N, and Elliott, M (2010)
‘Aldbrough Gas Storage Project:
Environmental considerations for leaching infrastructure protection through erosion control’

Institute of Estuarine and Coastal Studies, University of Hull
Report to Jacobs/Scottish & Southern Energy (SSE)
Reference No: ZBB758-F-2010

Brew, D S (2004)
Understanding and predicting beach morphological change processes associated
with the erosion of cohesive foreshores – scoping report

Joint Defra/Environment Agency
Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management R&D Programme
Technical Report FD1915/TR

Brown, S (2004-2008)
‘An analysis of soft cliff recession adjacent to coastal defences at Holderness’
PhD thesis (University of Southampton)

Brown, S, Barton, M E, and Nicholls, R J (2011)
‘Coastal retreat and/or advance adjacent to defences in England and Wales’
Journal of Coastal Conservation,15, (4), 659-670

Brown, S, Barton, M E, and Nicholls, R J (2012)
‘The effect of coastal defences on cliff top retreat along the Holderness coastline’
Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society, 59 (1), 1-13
abstract

Brown, S, Barton, M E, and Nicholls, R J (2014)
‘Shoreline response of eroding soft cliffs due to hard defences’
Proceedings of the Institute of Civil Engineeers
Maritime Engineering
, 167, 1, 3 –14
abstract

Burke, H F, Morgan, D J, Kessler, H, and Cooper, A H (2010)
A 3D geological model of the superficial deposits of the Holderness area
Natural Environment Research Council: British Geological Survey
Geology and Landscape Programme Commissioned Report CR/09/132

Castedo, R, Paredes, C, Murphy, W, and Lawrence, J (2012)
‘A new process-response coastal recession model of soft rock cliffs’
Geomorphology, 177-178, 128-143
abstract

Castedo, R, Paredes, C, Murphy, W, and Lawrence, J (2012)
‘Process-response coastal bluff recession model, applicable to Holderness coast (UK)’
Coastal Engineering Proceedings, No 33
Geomorphology, 177-178, 128-143
poster

Catt, J A (1987)
‘Dimlington’
in
Ellis, S (ed)
East Yorkshire Field Guide
(Prepared for Short Field Meeting held at Hull, 11-14 September 1987)
Cambridge: Quaternary Research Association

Catt, J A (2001)
‘Dimlington Cliff’
in
Bateman, M D, Buckland, P C, Frederick, C D, and Whitehouse, N J (eds)
The Quaternary of East Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire
Field Guide
London, Quaternary Research Association, 53-67

Catt, J A, and Madgett, J A (1981)
‘The work of W S Bisat FRS on the Yorkshire coast’
in
Neale, J and Flenley, J (eds)
The Quaternary in Britain
Oxford: Pergamon Press

Catt, J A, and Penny, L F (1966)
‘The Pleistocene deposits of Holderness, East Yorkshire’
Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society, 35 (3), No.16, 375-420
summary

Coles, B J (1998)
‘Doggerland: A speculative survey’,
Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, 64, 45-81
abstract

David Tyldesley and Associates (2003)
‘The rollback of caravan and holiday home parks from the eroding East Yorkshire coastline’
Report to the East Riding of Yorkshire Council
Document reference 1455

Devon Karst Research Society
‘Table of simplified geological (British Isles Holocene and Pleistocene),
environmental and archaeological comparative time chart
and supporting information’


Dong, P, and Guzzetti, F (2005)
‘Frequency-Size Statistics of Coastal Soft-Cliff Erosion’
Journal of Waterway, Port, Coastal, and Ocean Engineering, 131, 1, 37-42

Dorman, J E (1990)
‘Guardians of the Humber:
The Humber defences 1856-1956’
Humberside Heritage publication No 16

Dossor, J (1955)
‘The coast of Holdernes: The problem of erosion’
Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society, 30 (2), No 9, 133-145
abstract

East Riding of Yorkshire Council (2002)
‘Towards a Sustainable Coast’
East Riding Integrated Coastal Zone Management Plan

Ehlers, J, Gibbard, P L, and Hughes, P D (2011)
Quaternary Glaciations – Extent and Chronology: A closer look
Amsterdam: Elsevier
Google books

English Heritage (1998)
Monuments of War:
The evaluation, recording and management of twentieth-century military sites


Evans, A J (1998)
‘The application of microstructural analysis to macroscale forms:
The dynamics of the East Coast Late Devensian Glaciers’

in
‘The Causes and Implications of Microstructures in Glacial Sediments’
PhD thesis (University of Leeds), Ch 8, 174-227

Evans, D J, Clark, C D, and Mitchell, W A (2005)
‘The last British ice sheet:
A review of the evidence utilised in the compilation of the glacial map of Britain’

Earth-Science Reviews, 70 (3-4), 253-312
White Rose Repository

Evans, D J, Owen, L A, and Roberts, D (1995)
‘Stratigraphy and sedimentology of Devensian (Dimlington Stadial) glacial deposits,
East Yorkshire, England’
Journal of Quaternary Science, 10, 3, 241–265
abstract

Evans, D J, Thomson, S A, and Clark, C D (2001)
‘The glacial history of East Yorkshire’
in
Bateman, M D, Buckland, P C, Frederick, C D, and Whitehouse, N J (eds)
The Quaternary of East Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire
Field Guide
London, Quaternary Research Association, 1-12

Evans, D J, and Thomson, S A (2010)
‘Glacial sediments and landforms of Holderness, eastern England:
A glacial depositional model for the North Sea Lobe of the British–Irish Ice Sheet’
Earth-Science Reviews, 101, 3–4, 147–189
abstract and figures

Fitch, S, Gaffney, V, and Thomson, K (2007)
‘In Sight of Doggerland: From speculative survey to landscape exploration’
Internet Archaeology, 22

Foote, Y L M (1994)
‘Waves, currents and sand transport predictors on a macro-tidal beach’
PhD thesis (University of Plymouth)

Flenley, J R (1987)
‘The meres of Holderness’
in
Ellis, S (ed)
East Yorkshire Field Guide
(Prepared for Short Field Meeting held at Hull, 11-14 September 1987)
Cambridge: Quaternary Research Association

French, P W (2001)
Coastal Defences: Processes, problems and solutions
London: Routledge

Funnel, B (1997)
‘The climates of past ages’
in
Hulme, M, and Barnes, E (eds)
Climates of the British Isles: Present, past and future
London: Routledge

Furlan, C (2008)
‘Hierarchical random effect models for coastal erosion of cliffs in the Holderness coast’
Statistical Methods & Applications, 17, 3, 335-350
abstract

Gilbertson, D D, Briggs, D J, Blackham, A M, Gale, S J
Hall, A R, Hunt, C O, and Thew, N M (1987)
‘The Late Quaternary lake margin sequence at Skipsea Withow Mere’
in
Ellis, S (ed)
East Yorkshire Field Guide
(Prepared for Short Field Meeting held at Hull, 11-14 September 1987)
Cambridge: Quaternary Research Association

Gilbertson, D D (1990)
‘The Holderness meres:
Stratigraphy, archaeology and environment’
in
Ellis, S, and Crowther, D R (eds)
Humber Perspectives: A region through the ages
Hull University Press

Gravenor, C P (1985)
‘Glacial tectonic and flow structures in glaciogenic deposits:
A cautionary note’

Copenhagen: Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark, 34, 3-11

Gravens, M B, and Wang, P (2007)
Laboratory Testing of Longshore Sand Transport by Waves and Currents;
Morphology Change Behind Headland Structures

Data report
University of South Florida
Geology Faculty Publications, Paper 258

Kent, G H R (ed), Allison, K J, Baggs, A P, Cooper,T N,
Davidson-Cragoe, C, and Walker, J (2002)
A History of the County of York East Riding:
Volume 7 - Holderness Wapentake, Middle and North Divisions

Victoria County History/British History Online

Kraus, N C, and Galgano, F A (2001)
‘Beach Erosional Hot Spots: Types, causes, and solutions’
Coastal and Hydraulics Engineering Technical Note CHETN-II-44
U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center, Vicksburg, MS

Lamplugh, G W (1887)
‘Report on the buried cliff at Sewerby, near Bridlington’
Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society, 9, 381-392
extract

Lee, E M (2011)
‘Reflections on the decadal-scale response of coastal cliffs to sea-level rise’
Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology, 44, 481-489
abstract

Lee, E M, and Clark, A R (2002)
Soft Cliffs Manual for Managers
DEFRA, part of R&D Project FD2403/1302

Macfarlane, V (2012)
‘Spatial and temporal patterns of erosion along the Holderness coastline, North East Yorkshire, UK’
Plymouth Student Scientist, 5 (2), 330-388
University of Plymouth

Maddrell, R, Bugess, K, and Hamer, B (2003)
‘Short and long term impact of the construction of coast defences on coastal erosion’
Coasts & Ports Australasian Conference 2003

Madgett, P A, and Catt, J A (1978)
‘Petrography, stratigraphy and weathering of Late Pleistocene tills in East Yorkshire, Lincolnshire and North Norfolk’
Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society, 42 (1), No 5, 55-108
abstract

Marsters, T J (2011)
‘Quaternary geology of the Holderness coast: A brief overview’
Hull Geological Society: Humberside Geologist, No 15

Marsters, T J (2011)
‘Skipsea Withow Mere’
Hull Geological Society: Humberside Geologist, No 15

Mason, S J (1985)
‘Beach development, sediment budget and coastal erosion at Holderness’
PhD thesis (White Rose Repository)

Matthews, E R (1913)
Coast Erosion and Protection
London: Charles Griffin

May, V J (2003)
‘Spurn Head’
Geological Conservation Review, 28, 8 (site report)

Memczak, C, Burns, J, Knowles, L, Martin, S, and Southern, L (2006)
with contribution by Horne, M
‘The geochemistry of the Red Clays of Holderness and their origin’
Humberside Geologist Online (Humberside Geologist No 14)

Montreuil, A-L, and Bullard, J E (2012)
A 150-year record of coastline dynamics within a sediment cell:
Eastern England

Loughborough University Institutional Repository (link)
Geomorphology, 179, 168-185 (citation)

Moore, A B (2001)
‘The development of a holistic expert system for integrated coastal zone management’
PhD thesis, University of Plymouth

Moreno, L J, and Kraus, M (1999)
‘Equilibrium shape of headland-bay beaches for engineering design’
Proceedings, Coastal Sediments ’99, 860 – 875
New York: ASCE

Moore, A B, Morris, K P, Blackwell, G K, Jones, A R, and Sims, P C (2003)
‘Using geomorphological rules to classify photogrammetrically-derived digital elevation models’
International Journal of Remote Sensing, 24, 13, 2613-2626

Newsham, R, Balson, P S, Tragheim, D G, and Denniss, A M (2002)
‘Determination and prediction of sediment yields from recession of the Holderness coast, NE England’
Journal of Coastal Conservation, 8, 49-54

Pickles, J (2011)
‘Coastal Change Management in the East Riding of Yorkshire’ (presentation)
‘Humber and the English East Coast’
Symposium at University of Hull, 26-28th April 2011
Estuarine and Coastal Sciences Association (ECSA)

Prandle, D, Ballard, G, Banaszek, A, Bell, P, Flatt, D, Hardcastle, P,
Harrison, A, Humphery, J, Holdaway, G, Lane, A, Player, R, Williams, J,
and Wolf, J (1996)
‘The Holderness Coastal Experiment ’93-’96’
Proudman Oceanographic Laboratory, Report 44

Pringle, A W (1981)
‘Beach development and coastal erosion in Holderness, north Humberside’
in
Neale, J and Flenley, J (eds)
The Quaternary in Britain
Oxford: Pergamon Press

Pringle, A W (1985)
‘Holderness coast erosion and the significance of ords’
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 10, 2, 107-124
abstract

Pringle, A W (2003)
Classic Landforms of the Coast of the East Riding of Yorkshire
Geographical Association

Punnett, N (2000)
‘Coastal Erosion: Back to nature’
Geofile 19, 1, 388

Pye, K and Blott, S (2010)
‘Aldbrough Gas Storage Project:
Geomorphical assessment of impact of proposed cliff protecton works on adjoining areas’

Kenneth Pye Associates Ltd, External Investigation Report No. EX1214

Quinn, J D, Philip, L K, and Murphy, W (2009)
‘Understanding the recession of the Holderness coast, East Yorkshire, UK: A new presentation of temporal and spacial patterns’
Quarterly Journal of Engineering and Hydrogeology, 42, 165-178

Quinn, J D, Rosser, N J, Murphy, W, and Lawrence, J A (2010)
‘Identifying the behavioural characteristics of clay cliffs using intensive monitoring and geotechnical numerical modelling’
Geomorphology, 120, 107-122

Reid, C (1885)
‘The geology of Holderness and the adjoining parts of Yorkshire and Lincolnshire’
Memoirs of the Geological Survey England and Wales
London: (Printed for) HM Stationery Office

Robertson, I (1990)
‘Erosion and stability of the till cliffs on the Holderness coast’
PhD thesis (Newcastle University)

Rose, J (1985)
‘The Dimlington Stadial/Dimlington chronozone:
A proposal for naming the main glacial episode of the Late Devensian in Britain’
Boreas, 14, 3, 225-230
abstract

Royal Commission on Coast Erosion (Vol I, 1907; Vol III, 1911)
HM Stationery Office

Sheppard, J A (1957)
‘The medieval meres of Holderness’
Institute of British Geographers: Transactions and Papers, 23, pp75-86
preview

Sheppard, J A (1966)
‘The draining of the marshlands of South Holderness and the Vale of York’
East Yorkshire Local History Society: EY Local History Series No 20

Sheppard, T (1912)
The Lost Towns of the Yorkshire Coast
London: A Brown and Son

Valentin, H (1953)
‘Young Morainic Topography in Holderness’
Nature, 172:919-920
abstract

Valentin, H (1954)
‘Der Landverlust in Holderness, Ostengland von 1852 bis 1952’
Die Erde, 6:296-315

Valentin, H (1971)
‘Land loss at Holderness’ [reprint]
in
Steers, J A (ed)
Applied Coastal Geomorphology
London: Macmillan

Van Rijn, L C (2013)
‘Design of hard coastal structures against erosion’

HR Wallingford Ltd (2011)
‘York Development Pipeline Project: Beach erosion study’
Report EX 6577 (Release 3.0)

Wang, Z-Q, Tan, S-K, Cheng, N-S, and Goh, K-W (2008)
‘A simple relationship for crenulate-shaped bay in static equilibrium’
Coastal Engineeering, 55, 1, 73-78
abstract

Weesakul, S, Rasmeemasmuang, T, Tasaduak, S, and Thaicharoen, C (2010)
‘Numerical modeling of crenulate bay shapes’
Coastal Engineeering, 57, 2, 184-193
abstract and figures

Weninger, B, et al (2008)
‘The catastrophic final flooding of Doggerland by the Storegga slide’
Documenta Praehistorica, XXXV

Winkelmolen, A M (1978)
‘Size, shape and density sorting of beach material along the Holderness coast, Yorkshire’
Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society, 42 (1), No 6, 109-141
abstract




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