cobble beach

cobble beach

[′käb·əl ‚bēch]
(geology)
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Kemble, Canada, August 23, 2019 --(PR.com)-- The Cars are the Stars at 7th Annual Cobble Beach Concours d'Elegance, as they take to the stage and to the green, at the Cobble Beach Golf Resort Community.
" The cobble beach defences at Llandudno need strengthening, Kinmel Bay has been affected where the shingle in the rock groynes has been washed away and Deganwy prom has gone."
500 individuals) separated from the group and flew toward the cobble beach. The birds were feeding in a dense group, plunge-diving from at least 10 m.
The type site is a 28 m segmented structure recorded in 1980 in the lowest or most recent cobble beach levels at the site of Aillik.
rock and chased south along the kelp-lipped cobble beach.
Nestled on the World Heritage Coast, it has a unique 400 million year-old cobble beach which attracts visitors from all round the world.
When we land at the Scorpion Anchorage after an easy hour's journey, we get enticed by the cobble beach and almost miss the ranger's hike.
We monitored the movements of these spiders from cobble beach to forest leaf litter using drift fences and pitfall traps during the autumn over four fall seasons (1996-1999).
REPAIRS TO CLOSE BEACH STAIRS: Repairs will force closure of the stairs leading down to Cobble Beach at Yaquina Head Outstanding Natural Area north of Newport for much of the summer, according to the Bureau of Lane Management.
Sculptural seats have been introduced, symbolic of breaking waves that will face inwards, directing the eye to a water feature within a shingle and cobble beach. The garden has been designed to be used, not just admired."
I tested the general hypothesis that the intertidal grass Spartina alterniflora facilitates the establishment and persistence of New England cobble beach plant communities by modifying the shoreline environment.