A deep depression travelled beyond the Shetlands towards southeast created a severe north-westerly gale in many parts of the country causing the sea to rise and flooded all the low lying districts on the east coast of England (MetOffice, 1905).
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Receptor and Consequence
Flood was reported from Ramsgate, Lowestoft, Hartlepool, Spalding, Scarborough, Great Yarmouth, Sheerness, and Dover (Zong and Tooley, 2003).
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- Met Office, (1905). Month year, ‘Monthly Weather Report of the Meteorological Office’, Monthly Weather Report, 72 (3).
- Zong, Y. and Tooley, M. J. A. (2003). ‘Historical Record of Coastal Floods in Britain: Frequencies and Associated Storm Tracks’. Natural Hazards, 29, 13–36. Available at: http://link.springer.com/article/10.1023/A%3A1022942801531 (Accessed: 5 March 2015).