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Foreshore: legally defined as the area of the shore between the high and low water marks of ordinary spring tides (although this is confusing, and people have called for fixed boundaries to be made on Ordnance Surveys). Approximately 55% of the UK's foreshore is owned by the Crown Estate. The rest of the foreshore is owned by various bodies including the Duchy of Cornwall and the Duchy of Lancaster. The Duchy of Cornwall owns the freehold of just over half of its Cornish foreshore, having sold on in the form of leasehold or freehold tenure the remaining foreshore to local authorities, port authorities, the National Trust and private individuals. However, in spite of nominally ‘owning’ their foreshore, like all land in Cornwall, that bit of real estate always remains as part of the ‘soil and territorial possessions’ of the Duke of Cornwall in right of his Duchy of Cornwall. In Orkney and Shetland, the Crown does not claim ownership of foreshore.
Territorial seabed The Crown Estate owns virtually all of the UK's seabed from mean low water to the 12-nautical-mile (22 km) limit. Continental shelf and extraterritorial rights Sovereign rights of the UK in the seabed and its resources vested by the Continental Shelf Act 1964 (sub-soil and substrata below the surface of the seabed, but excluding oil, gas and coal), the Energy Acts 2004 (renewable energy) and 2008 (gas and carbon storage). Salmon fishings (Scotland only) Salmon fishings in both tidal and non-tidal waters (if not granted to third parties). Native mussels and oysters (Scotland only) Ownership of wild crustaceans (not cultivated
Wreck & Salvage Law If wreck from UK waters remains unclaimed at the end of one year, it becomes the property of the Crown or grantee of the Crown such as the Duchy of Cornwall. If you believe you are entitled to unclaimed wreck, you must provide evidence of entitlement to the satisfaction of the Receiver. If wreck from UK territorial waters is unclaimed at the end of one year, the Receiver will dispose of the find on behalf of the Crown. If wreck from outside UK territorial waters is unclaimed at the end of one year, the Crown makes no claim. www.gov.uk Wreck and salvage laws, the role of the Receiver of the Wreck, wreck owners and salvors and how to report wreck material.
Info on Marine Rights & Ownership
Territorial Sea & Shore Mapping - Past, Present & Future i1279.photobucket.com
PDF - Falmouth Bay Wrecks www.atlanticscuba.co.uk
www.youtube.com A video of BENEATH, done as part of the GeoHack workshop for Fascinate 2014 made with a £2 video camera in a pickle jar. We set out to make digital work that...
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vimeo.com This is "GeoHack - Sea Kayaking Video Collapse" by Ruth McCullough on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.
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This platform sits on an infrastructure of hardware, networks and servers www.google.co.uk server farm - Google Search
The power keeping this map live comes from the sun - via wind (driven by sun), solar, or fossils which caught historic sun and stored it in rocks www.youtube.com Roskrow Wind Turbine - Cornwall - 13.03.11
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low cost underwater videomaking with redundant technology<br /> www.thinglink.com TOUCH this image to discover its story. Image tagging powered by ThingLink
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