The Official Guide

[IMAGE] The Official Guide to the Jurassic Coast

Jurassic Coast:
A Walk Through Time

This award winning guide explains the stories of the World Heritage Site, including the rocks, fossils and features that make it a place of global importance.

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The Jurassic Coast - An Aerial Journey through Time

[IMAGE] Walking the East Jurassic Coast

[IMAGE] The Jurassic Coast Dorset and East Devon World Heritage Site

The Jurassic Coast - An Aerial Journey Through Time

This book brings together for the first time stunning aerial photography of the Jurassic Coast with fascinating detail of the natural processes and human activity responsible for shaping this world-famous coastline. The foreword is by Professor Denys Brunsden, geomorphologist, who masterminded the successful World Heritage nomination bid in 2001.

The Jurassic Coast has long been a magnet for geologists and photographers alike, drawn by its constantly changing environment. The book's aerial photographs give a fresh perspective on what may be familiar from the ground, revealing detail that is evident only from the air. Share in this aerial journey along the beautiful coast from Exmouth to Old Harry Rocks. See clearly the changing geology from Budleigh Salterton Pebble Beds, through the cliffs and landslides between Lyme Regis and Burton Bradstock, and on to the dramatic cliffs and headlands of Kimmeridge and Durlston. The Jurassic Coast: An Aerial Journey Through Time captures all the power and beauty of this World Heritage Site.

The book retails at £9.95 and is available from Tourist Information Centres, museums, visitor attractions, and all good local and national bookshops or from online retailers. To find your local book shop go to