South Dorset Coast SSSI - STAIR HOLE (018)
Staff member responsible: MATTHEW LOW
Unit Id: 1005473
Unit area (ha): 5.8391
Unit Status: Live Gridref: SY 823 798
Main habitat: SUPRALITTORAL ROCK
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Condition and Comments (click for history): Favourable Assessed by: JONATHAN COX
Last assessed: 28/06/2008 Last assessment field visit: 28/06/2008
ISA Survey: View Surveys
Last CSM assessment: 28/06/2008
Estimated year unit will go Favourable: Confidence in estimate:
Comment: Geological interest features in favourable condition in this unit on the western side of Lulworth Cove, with the cliff faces well exposed including the famous crumpled strata within Stair Hole. Vegetation on the coastal cliffs includes frequent golden samphire, sea beet, thrift, rock samphire and wild carrot, and occasional yellow-wort and restharrow. Tree mallow, lady's bedstraw, buck's-horn plantain and black medick occur with abundant red fescue on the clifftops. Part of the inland grassland has been mown for benefit of the many visitors who visit the site.
Number of adverse condition reasons: 0
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