None of the cases I could read about discussed monopoly profits (so I guess, no although it was not my argument). It not 100% clear that dumping was the proximate cause of their industrial decline (these things are very hard to be sure about!), but a strong case is made that it was a major factor. And German industries enjoyed substantial protection in their home markets.
There have been studies of sections in the Fawley Transmission Tunnel (under Southampton Water), the Fawley Outfall Tunnel (into the West Solent), the Sewage Outfall Tunnel from the Gosport area, the water pipeline excavations from Lepe southward, the study for the proposed railway tunnel from Lymington, etc. In addition there are coastal exposures in the Solent and there have also been geophysical studies. There are British Geological Survey memoirs and geological maps of the area, numerous papers and other publications.
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The changes in the way we live contribute to the increasing scarcity of seaglass examples. We exchanged glass containers for plastic, became more careful about dumping refuse into our waterways and the oceans. It goes without saying that there are far less shipwrecks from which broken glassware might enter the ocean waters..
This expansive restaurant in Chicago’s trendy West Loop takes its inspiration from Villa Nellc the waterfront mansion overlooking Villefranche sur Mer in the C d’Azur where the Rolling Stones recorded Exile on Main Street during the summer of 1971. Just as the French would do, it allows guests’ canine companions throughout the year on the patio. Each furry friend gets a Nellc water bowl, and the place offers Bone Appetit happy hour specials from time to time.