Upland limestone produces distinctive features which can be used for industry, farming, recreation and tourism. Land use conflicts can often arise and solutions must deal with these conflicts.
How is limestone eroded?
What are clints?
Gap in a limestone pavement
Blocks of limestone that make up a limestone pavement
Holes in a limestone pavement
Which feature hangs from the ceiling of a cavern?
How are stalagmites formed?
Which process did not help to form a cavern?
Which land use is limestone unsuitable for?
What is a 'honeypot'?
An area that attracts tourists
An area which attracts tourists away from fragile areas
A fragile area where tourists visit
What negative impact has tourism had on upland limestone areas like the Yorkshire Dales?
Recreation opportunities for local people
What have National Park authorities provided to reduce traffic congestion?
New tarmac car parks
What have National Park authorities done to reduce the problem of litter?
Provide more litter bins
Remove litter bins
Litter picks by tourists