sand flat

sand flat

[′san ‚flat]
(geology)
A sandy tidal flat barren of vegetation.
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The study area was a sand flat situated 700 m south of the Amakusa Marine Biological Laboratory (AMBL), Kyushu University, Amakusa-shimoshima Island, northern Kyushu, Japan (32 [degrees] 3' N, 130[degrees] 1' E).
From February 1984 to February 1985, March 1985 to April 1987, and July 1994 to September 1996 (total: 76 dates), core samples were collected at low tide at the Punta Morales intertidal (mean tidal range: 3m) muddy sand flat in the mid upper Gulf of Nicoya.
Sand flat any unevenness that may exist at the rule joints on the top surface.
You can continue on a loop trail that heads into the forest on the west end of Sand Flat to view points overlooking surrounding valleys and mountains.
Some years, the sand flat just south of the tip of the south jetty can offer wide open action.
Never sand flat parts just using your fingers as a backer as that is how edges get rounded and screw and pin holes get dished out.
Next, using forceps, the upstream screen was removed carefully and plumbing lines were switched so that seawater was delivered either from above a barnacle prey patch (test stimulus) or from over a second sand flat (control).
At the nearby Cocorocas sand flat, a preliminary evaluation of the presence of metals in S.
And if it does, the imperfections will be smaller and easier to sand flat after the finish dries.
I've checked out Thursday and we have six low-grade sand Flat races at Lingfield, seven low-grade sand Flat races at Wolverhampton, and seven low-grade sand Flat races at Kempton (including two Class 7s
He was crossing the sand flat on his way back when his truck sank to the axle in the earth and stayed there.
Once the filler's dry, sand flat, wipe clean and apply a new coat or coats of paint.