Summary

Three bridges span the lower Tay estuary at Dundee. Construction techniques and geo-technical exploration differed with each of the bridges. Aspects of scour and channel migration are considered with respect to foundation depth of the early bridges. Buried channels and fill patterns reveal details of late glacial history related to three repeated histories of estuarine sedimentation.

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