tidal inlet

tidal inlet

[′tīd·əl ′in·lət]
(geology)
A natural inlet maintained by tidal currents.
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A path through the bushes to your left leads up to the Fishpond Camp, an old coastal fort built 3,000 years ago when the lakes were a tidal inlet.
This represents the tidal inlet that once flowed from the Mersey and along to where the Churchill flyover is today, splitting the city in two.
This represents the Tidal inlet that once flowed in from the Mersey and along to where the Churchill Flyover is today, splitting the city in two.
On July 22, 2011, 70 long-finned pilot whales swam into the Kyle of Durness, a shallow tidal inlet east of Cape Wrath, Europe's largest live bombing range.
The child's parents also discovered that the word Amble originates from the Gaelic 'Am Beal' meaning tidal inlet.
A tidal inlet on the north end of Fort Stevens State Park collects anything as large as tires down to granules of microplastic hidden on and under driftwood and the rolling dunes north of the South Jetty.
Eventually, they find a quiet beach, generically labeled "Mile 3.25 Tidal Inlet," and claim it as their own.
Modelling morpological response of large tidal inlet systems to sea level rise.
Beginning with a summary of the groundbreaking work performed by Theodore von Karmaan from 1952 to 1963, this volume covers research papers published during 2008 on such subjects as detached-eddy simulation, morphodynamics of tidal inlet systems and the 3D Navier-Stokes problem.