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coastline

the outline of a coast, esp when seen from the sea, or the land adjacent to it

coastline

[′kōst‚līn]
(geography)
The line that forms the boundary between the shore and the coast.
The line that forms the boundary between the water and the land.
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The Trust first commissioned students from the University of Reading in 1965 to survey how land was being used along the coast, as part of its newlylaunched Neptune campaign to conserve coastlines which has helped it buy New surveying undertaken by the University of Leicester compares the situation now with the findings 50 years ago.
As millions of us head to the coast this summer for holidays or day trips we want the public to get involved by recording the sounds of our amazing coastline and add them to a sound map.
Without this our coastline could look very different today.
A STRETCH of the Great Orme which is rich in wildlife and archaeology has been bought by the National Trust for more than PS1 million as it launches a new vision for looking after the nation's coastlines.
This software can track social information and activities of followers to help Coastline Marketing Group develop a more targeted inbound marketing plan for clients.
Sunday's incident in which four could have drowned was averted with the attentiveness of families on the coastline, but people may be in great danger during days when there is no one.
With the model, it is possible to make accurate predictions quickly - within a few minutes - of how the coastline will develop in the vicinity of inlets as a result of rising sea levels.
Gulf coastline unemployment rate for all coastline counties = Sum of unemployment level in all 56 counties/Sum of labor force level in all 56 counties x 100
We found that we need round-the-clock surveillance along the coastline.
Sophie, from Measham, who works as chief executive of the National Forest Company, walked along the Jurassic Coastline last month, marking the start of her role as Chair of the Trustees for TREE AID.
Wales boasts some of the UK's most stunning coastline and in Cardigan Bay visitors are spoilt for choice with beaches, whether you fancy dolphin spotting at Cwmtydu Beach or taking the children to Penbryn Beach with its fine golden sand and shallow waters.
This rugged part of the coastline on South Stack, which forms most of the northern part of the bay known as Abraham's Bosom, has earned various titles acknowledging both its beauty and importance, being designated a Heritage Coastline and within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a Site of Special Scienti?