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First Winter Storm is on it’s Way

You’ve probably already seen or heard that there is a storm coming. Wave’s are forecast to reach nearly 50ft off the west coast of Scotland, that is huge. As a result of this SEPA have issued flood alerts for various coastal areas around Scotland, Arran included. At the time of posting this the SEPA Flood Alert reads: Message issued at 08-12-2014 16:04 A FLOOD ALERT has been issued for Ayrshire and Arran. This alert is for...

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Brodick Beach Erosion

There has been a lot of talk recently about the state of Brodick’s Beach. Over the last few years there has been noticeable change in the shape and profile of the beach, leading to ever increasing rate of erosion. The weather plays a key role in the life cycle of a beach. It can bring in the sand, but also take it away! This is called a sediment budget, and just like any other budget, if you lose more than you put in, you will...

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More South End Earthquakes

Over the last two days there have been three earthquakes recorded by the British Geological Survey with an epicenter just off the south end of Arran Roughly halfway been Arran and Ailsa Craig. In 50 days there have been 7 earthquakes recorded on or near Arran. The quakes earlier in the month were minute, these most recent three are quite a bit bigger measuring 1.7, 1.8 and today, 1.9 on the Richter Scale. These are nearing the 2.0 on...

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Earthquake in the South End

Early on Thursday morning (03:42:20 BST Thu, 15-May-14 to be precise) the British Geological Survey recorded an earthquake on the south end of the Isle of Arran which measured 1.2 on the Richter scale. At magnitude 1.2 it’s very unlikely that anyone would actually feel it. There are millions of these sized quakes, classed as a “micro earthquakes”, annually around the world which are felt only by seismographs....

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