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As part of the continued programme of work monitoring coastal erosion and landsliding at several sites around the coast of Great Britain, BGS is studying, monitoring and laser-scanning the cliffs at Aldbrough in Yorkshire.

Valentin, H. 1971. Land Loss at Holderness. pp 116–137 In Steers, J. A. ed. Applied Coastal Geomorphology. MacMillan.

The final results from this work will be published soon.

A hamlet at Ringbrough (or Ringborough) dates to at least the 11th century.[4] By the 1850s it had been reduced to a single farm.[5] It was substantially expanded as a military installation during the Second World War, with the installation of gun emplacements, lookouts, and underground bunkers.[6] As of 2011 it is being destroyed by coastal erosion.[7][8]

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Aldbrough has a public house and several small businesses within its boundaries, and is close to seaside towns Hornsea and Withernsea.

The Aldbrough Anglican parish church is dedicated to St Bartholomew. Dating from the second half of the 14th century, It is a Grade II* listed building.[10] On an interior wall (over a pillar of the south nave aisle) is a pre-conquest era sundial, bearing an inscription in mixed Anglo-Saxon and Old Norse: +VLF LET (?HET) AROERAN CYRICE FOR HANVM ⁊ FOR GVWARA SAVLA usually translated as "Ulf had this church built for his own sake and for Gunnvor's soul."[11]

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The glacial tills at Holderness are mostly Late Devensian (18 000 to 13 000 years old) and probably represent the products of more than one glacial regime and till-forming process. The two major Late Devensian till formations on the Holderness coast are the 'Skipsea Till' and the overlying 'Withernsea Till'.

The civil parish is formed by the village of Aldbrough and the hamlets of East Newton, Etherdwick and Tansterne. According to the 2011 UK Census, Aldbrough parish had a population of 1,269,[1] a fall from the 2001 UK Census figure of 1,336.[2] The parish covers an area of 2,213.298 hectares (5,469.18 acres).[3]

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The steep cliffs at Aldbrough face north-east and have a regular height of about 20 m (Figure 2). The cliffs are actively receding and the cliff profile is stepped due to the contrasting erosion resistances of the tills and the different landslide processes in the upper and lower parts of the cliff. At high tides the lower, and in some case middle, sections of the cliff are subject to considerable erosion by wave action.

Aldbrough is a village and civil parish in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England, about 12 miles (19 km) north-east of Hull at the junction of the B1242 and B1238 roads. It lies near to the North Sea coast within the area of Holderness.

Active landsliding has been observed at the Aldbrough site. The principal mode is that of rotational slumping (Figure 4 and Figure 5). The secondary mode is toppling and falls (Figure 6). Toppling failures, though relatively small, are sudden and frequent, and present a major hazard in this area. Mudflows form a third minor mode, given the morphology of the cliff and the strong action of the sea, these are small and short-lived.

Aldbrough is located approximately 10 km south-east of Hornsea. The cliffs here are rapidly eroding so that Seaside Road now terminates at the cliff edge (Figure 1). Several buildings have been lost to the sea since 1885 including the Spa Inn, the Talbot Hotel and the Royal Hotel.

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Balson, P, Tragheim, D, and Newsham, R. 1998, Determination and prediction of sediment yields from recession of the Holdereness coast, Eastern England., Proceedings of the 33rd MAFF Conference of River and Coastal Engineers: London, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, p. 4.5.1–4.6.2.

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As part of the continued programme of work monitoring coastal erosion and landsliding at several sites around the coast of Great Britain, BGS is studying the cliffs at Aldbrough in the East Riding of Yorkshire. The principal method of survey is long-range terrestrial laser scanning — see Terrestrial LiDAR Survey Techniques.