tidal water

tidal water

[′tīd·əl ‚wȯd·ər]
(oceanography)
Any water whose level changes periodically due to tidal action.
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A knot of those amphibious human-creatures who appear to have some mysterious power of extracting a subsistence out of tidal water by looking at it, were gathered together about the causeway.
Silt deposition on the marsh depends on the frequency of tidal flooding and the silt content of the tidal water.
Actually, our grid requires guaranteed, constant supplies, so wind and tidal water are inappropriate, as everyone else knows.
The mangroves' massive root systems help in dissipating wave energy and slowing down tidal water.
Part of the development means a breach has been made in WWT Washington's river bank, allowing tidal water to flood in during spring high tide, next expected in March.
particularly Mr Webster, who was the closest to the very cold and tidal water.
And after ultimately falling apart on centre court at Calderstones and out on the Links at Royal Liverpool I've realised that only 100%dedication from this point is going to get me across the precarious tidal water.
flood, surface water, waves, tidal water, or overflow of any body of water, or spray from any of these, whether or not driven by wind.
Although the High Court decision on Blue Mud Bay was handed down nearly a decade ago, there is still a series of outstanding tidal water claims under the Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act 1976.
The lower fills of the ditch are of red sandy-silt clay, which may indicate the ditch was filled with tidal water, similarly to the moat around Flint Castle itself.
With technology to circulate tidal water maybe we could bring back the lagoon system.
We're expecting 100kph to 120kph winds and about 10 inches of rain and 12 feet of tidal water surge.