13th July - Today's News: Drought Reveals New Archaeological Sites Across British Isles


Some places in England and Wales had rain yesterday.  Not here, but we may see some later today.   Last rainfall in my garden was 17th June.  

And has the heatwave ruined Christmas? Trees are hit by the scorching temperatures with 10,000 pines killed off so far while bizarre mini-tornadoes known as dust-devils pop up and tear through building site

British salt marshes 'to disappear' as sea levels rise - of course, left to nature, the marshes would just "move inland" - but human activity now prevents that ....  And indeed, we'val already drained many of the marshes for agriculture anyway. 









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