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Relative amounts of damage to woodlands in the counties of south-east England
The storm that swept through the south-eastern corner of the British Isles during the early hours of 16th October was a memorable event that caused significant damage. The winds were unusually strong and the extent and severity of damage to woodlands and trees was greater than that typically caused by wind in the south of England.
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