washover

washover

[′wäsh‚ō·vər]
(geology)
Material deposited by overwash, especially a small delta produced by storm waves and built on the landward side of a bar or barrier. Also known as storm delta; wave delta.
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9, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Global Oil and Gas Fishing Tools Market 2015-2019Covering: This market research provides a detailed analysis and segmentation of the global oil and gas fishing tools market by tool type (internal & external catching, milling tools, jarring assemblies, junk baskets, accessories, remedial and repair, washover, drillpipe and casing cutters, safety joints, and reverse units and power swivels), by application (onshore and offshore), and by geography (EMEA, APAC, and the Americas).
The 34-inch hammer can install casing 48 inches to 180 inches in diameter in drainage culvert and washover applications and can be used for pipe assist or pipe extraction, guided pilot bore ramming, and horizontal directional drilling assist.
We've had erosion problems here as well as storm runoff and washover on beaches," Todd said.
Negative beach and foredune budget, associated with washover, or foredune attenuation (featuring blowouts, parabolic re-entrants or hummocks).
Thus, whereas there may be ancestral lobate sedimentary projections into the bay associated with former inlets or washover features, there is little variation in the deltaic morphology or sediment type at this time, and little variation in shellfish habitat.
Recovery of vegetation of barrier island washover zones.
Buoy washover from the strong winds prevented the crew from receiving consistent signals from the buoys, not to mention the rough ride for the crew while at low altitudes.
In the national washover and splash-back of politics, there are moments, not always obvious at the time, when something core is lost.
This new Rammer is versatile and can be used for HDD Ram assist, pipe-ramming and pipe-bursting applications including HDD Ram Assist projects such as washover casing installation, pipe or chill stem extraction, and ram assist to overcome hydro-locked or stuck bores.
Optional equipment to expand the capability of the Pro Series moulders includes sugar-depositors, jam depositors/printers and egg washover units.
Multidecadal healing of former washover and inlet channels in the early airphoto record may reflect recovery from widespread washover predating the 1935 photography that was possibly initiated by intense storms or a succession of storms in the late 19th century.
Sediments were collected from fifteen dune-beach profiles surveyed along the shoreline of a washover lobate formation on the bayside of Island Beach State Pack, New Jersey.