river tide

river tide

[′riv·ər ‚tīd]
(hydrology)
A tide that occurs in rivers emptying directly into the sea, showing three characteristic modifications of ocean tides: the speed at which the tide travels upstream depends on the depth of the channel, the further upstream the longer the duration of the falling tide and shorter the duration of the rising tide, and the range of the tide decreases with distance upstream.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Johns River tide rip during a strong outgoing tide and they were catching some impressive redfish and a few trout.
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Residents also have full membership privileges to the amenities at nearby River Tides at Greystone which includes an outdoor pool, BBQ pavilion and spa.
Jacob has two months to figure out how to deal with his ailing grandfather, the surging Avon River tides and a mysterious family secret that's haunting his new-found family.
Bencardino and Bencardino Excavating were hired by Bristol Township, Bucks County, Pa., to create a new valve system to regulate water overflow caused by the Delaware River tides. The project was needed to prevent water from entering the township sewer system on Mill Street when the Delaware River's tide rises.
The 7 Bridges Pop-up Restaurant Saturday:12noon - 6pm/Sunday: 10am - 4pm Outside Guildhall Saturday/Baltic Square Sunday Take your seat at the Captain's (pop-up) table, at an unusual restaurant that ebbs and flows with the strong river tides. A small cover charge will apply.
During my daily jog along Wallasey seafront, three orange and white Wirral Council road barriers drift in and out on the river tides, along with other non-degradeable objects, such as tyres and bottles.
(on Big River next to the Stanford Inn) can fix you up with rentals and fill you in on Big River tides; call (707) 937-0273.
The City's Department of Planning & Development toured brokers around River Tides at Greystone, Hudson Park Club and UNO Micro Unit Apartments.
This has given developers like Ginsburg Development Companies reason to build luxury properties like River Tides at Greystone, a 330-unit rental complex that is under construction.