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Author Topic: How much would sea-level need to drop for there to be a land bridge between  (Read 1008 times)

Offline Cosmos

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Europe and the UK?

I've seen maps of sea depth but don't know enough details to work this one out myself.
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Offline siasl

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60m if you did it near the Eurotunnel, although I wouldn't want to try and walk through all the silt/mud at the bottom
http://www.eurotunnelgroup.com/uk/the-channel-tunnel/infrastructure/

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Why would you want to go through all the kerfuffle of sploshing along the ex-sea bed to get to France, Cosmos? I find the Eurostar train a far better bet. Not much of a view, I admit, but at least you can get a cup of tea on the way.
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