Hurricane damage to Rendlesham forest, England

Hurricane damage to Rendlesham forest, England

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Caption: Hurricane damage to forest. Corsican pines felled, snapped, or bent, caused by hurricane force winds which struck the British Isles over the night of October 15th/16th, 1987. About one in ten trees were still left standing at this site, roughly 4000 acres in extent. Photographed at Rendlesham Forest in Suffolk, England.

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Keywords: climate, damage, extreme, forest, forest damage, hurricane, hurricane 1987 england, hurricane damage england 1987, meteorology, rendlesham forest, severe storms, storm damage, tree, weather, wind damage

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