sand flat

sand flat

[′san ‚flat]
(geology)
A sandy tidal flat barren of vegetation.
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"Watch out for low tides on the outside because you can get stranded; it's a big sand flat that extends quite a distance into Tampa Bay," he cautions.
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.
During a 30-min holding period, constant flow through the pipe was maintained using seawater drawn over one of the sand flats. 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.
I chose four habitat types within Middle Marsh as experimental sites: (1) a shallow subtidal shell bottom adjacent to an oyster reef ("oyster rock"), (2) a shallow subtidal seagrass bed dominated by Zostera marina, (3) an unvegetated intertidal mud flat, and (4) an unvegetated intertidal sand flat (Fig.
The four habitats were: a subtidal sand bottom always covered by [is greater than or equal to] 15 cm of water, a low-intertidal sand flat exposed only at spring low tides, a mid-intertidal sand flat exposed daily, and the edge of an intertidal salt marsh, also exposed daily (Fig.
On a nearby sand flat Pereira (1990) recorded 27 species of birds with Numenius phaeopus, Limnodromus griseus and Catoptrophorus semipalmatus being most numerous throughout the year.
"Screed" the sand flat with a notched 2x6 (Photo 4).