Biodiversity & Conservation

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Shingle
Beach pebbles (q.v.), normally well-rounded as a result of abrasion. In relation to coastal vegetated shingle structures, 'shingle' is considered as any sediment which has a grain size of between 2 and 200 mm (Sneddon & Randall, 1993).

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