Receptor and Consequence
This event is listed as associated with flooding at coastal marshes in ‘Aldborough’ (Zong and Tooley, 2003). The location is ambiguous – Aldborough is inland (in the borough of Harrogate), whilst Aldbrough is a coastal village in East Riding, Yorkshire that is prone to erosion but lacks marshes. It is possible this is referring to Aldeburgh (Suffolk) which has coastal marshes and a history of flooding, and much later (in 2014) became a permanent salt marsh following a surge event (in 2013).
- Zong, Y. & Tooley, M.J., 2003. A Historical Record of Coastal Floods in Britain: Frequencies and Associated Storm Tracks. Natural Hazards, 29(1), pp.13–36. Available at: http://link.springer.com/article/10.1023/A%3A1022942801531 [Accessed March 5, 2015].