Clays in the River Yare, Norfolk.
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Clays in the River Yare, Norfolk. by Mohammad Zaim

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Published by University of East Anglia in Norwich .
Written in English

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Thesis (Ph.D.) - Universityof East Anglia, School of Environmental Sciences, 1977.

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River Yare at Earlham Park In Lavengro George Borrow captured the beauty of the Yare at this point: 'At some distance from the city, behind a range of hilly ground which rises towards the south-west, is a small river, the waters of which, after many meanderings, eventually enter the principal river of the district, and assist to swell the tide. Norfolk is low-lying, and a large part is drained by the Rivers Wensum, Yare, and Bure and their tributaries into the North Sea. The northwest corner of the county is drained by the River Ouse into The Wash, a shallow North Sea inlet. There are chalk outcrops in western Norfolk, and, in the eastern half of the county, chalk is overlain by later. Fantastic Fishing River. Managed and run by Great Yarmouth and Norfolk County Angling Association, the River Yare that runs through Langley and Rockland St Mary has become one of the most sought after match fishing venues in the country, with top name match anglers travelling long distances to experience the magic of this wonderful tidal river. Pages in category "Rivers of Norfolk" The following 38 pages are in this category, out of 38 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().

The River Yare is a river in the county of Norfolk, England.. The river starts south of Dereham in the county of there it flows to the east of the world. The river flows along the southern edge of the city of river continues past Norwich into the tidal lake of Breydon the Yare is joined by the Rivers Bure and empties into North Sea at Gorleston - coordinates: 52°37′11″N 0°50′19″E / . River Yare, stream in the county of Norfolk, England, which enters the North Sea 25 miles (40 km) east of flows sluggishly across Norfolk to Norwich, where it is joined by the Wensum from the north. In its lower course it traverses the flat alluvial tract of the Broads to its estuary, Breydon Water. The Rivers Bure (from the north) and Waveney (from the south) also enter this. The River Yare attracts anglers and fishing clubs from all over the country. Find out when the weekend and midweek open matches are scheduled along with which parts of the river have been reserved for club matches on certain dates to ensure these areas are kept clear if you are pleasure fishing. River Yare Guide to Canoeing & Kayaking the Rivers & Broads in Norfolk & Suffolk As a canoeing river the Yare is very much a river of 2 halves - The highest point of easy entry is Bawburgh and the run down for the first couple of miles is truly jungle warfare and at the wrong time of year virtually impossible.

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