rock pool


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rock pool

[′räk ‚pül]
(geology)
A tidal pool formed along a rocky shoreline.
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Rock Pool is a new production, described as a crustacean Waiting For Godot for children.
Rock pool specimens such as common starfish are small and should be photographed before your child reaches for the net, so you can catch the creatures in the context of their natural environment.
The four inselbergs have several depressions that collect water during the rainy season which constitute effective rock pool breeding microhabitats for mosquitoes.
These rock pools are filled by rainfall, usually in winter, and persist for weeks to months, providing a refuge for at least 230 species of aquatic invertebrates and microfauna.
Robert Gober's old leather suitcase, Untitled, 1995-97, contains one of these complete lilliputian realms: An overflow drain hidden at the bottom of the suitcase gives a glimpse onto a miraculous rock pool, flowing water, and the feet of a man carefully dangling a small child.
with his many cats, his goldfish in the backyard rock pool, and his prodigious collection of sword canes and firearms, Burroughs had come to terms with his demons, though they continued to haunt the dreams he painted on canvas and recorded in one of his last books, My Education.
Early Floating reminded me of small creatures, perhaps the inhabitants of a rock pool, quietly going about their business.
His only novel, The Rock Pool, about the headlong decline of a young Englishman in a Riviera art colony, appeared in 1936.
Sydney real estate agent Melissa Hatheier was swimming in the Oak Park rock pool near Cronulla when she spotted the shark trapped in a rock pool, presumably because of the low tide.
Mark's diversion from deep plunge to rock pool happened when he tested a new underwater housing for his camera.
In our area, they include Junior Ranger days at Roseberry Topping, Rock Pool Rummages at Saltburn and events at Flatts Lane Country Park and Guisborough Forest and Walkway.