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On the Edge: Celebrating the diversity of New Zealand's coastal landforms.
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Authors: Kenny J.A. & Hayward, B.W., 2013. 48 pages, full colour. ISBN 978-1-877480-35-5.

"On the Edge" outlines the geological history of New Zealand which resulted in a diversity of rocks and various landforming processes. The  resulting geomorphological features form New Zealand's distinctive coastal beauty. Through photographs and words we celebrate our outstanding coastlines and seek everyone's support in ensuring their long term survival.

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