tidal water

tidal water

[′tīd·əl ‚wȯd·ər]
(oceanography)
Any water whose level changes periodically due to tidal action.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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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.
However, it is understood to be uncommon for them to be in the Menai Strait's shallow tidal water.
FThis week, there is a whiff of iodine in the air, and the distant splash of tidal water coming ashore.
Other reasons for suspension of classes were heavy rains, ongoing clearing operations, daily rise of tidal water and cascading water from upstream into Dagupan.
He held that if the drain has to go through the Tidal canal then the water discharged in it should be treated first instead of releasing toxic and agriculture waste in the LBOD which harms the marine life and also destroys fertile lands when it inundates agriculture lands after colliding with tidal water from the sea.Abdul Qadir Chandio, a representative of the Sindh government's Social Welfare Department who also deals with the organizations dealing with the issues of climate change, while explaining the issues said that the faulty design of the LBOD has caused a major problem, and efforts are on to overcome this problem.
Standard NFIP policies cover damage from overflow of inland or tidal water, unusual and rapid accumulation or runoff of surface waters from any source, and midflow.
According to research, Dr Deirde Hart from the University of Canterbury Geography Department, the large moon may cause "super high tidal water levels."
In Cheverie, the Nova Scotia government and the Ecology Action Centre partnered with the Cheverie Crossway Saltmarsh Society to replace a restrictive culvert under Highway 215 and open Cheverie Creek to wider flows of tidal water. The project included, but also took an unusual turn from, traditional restoration designs aimed at attracting and educating visitors.
// This is where I belong, in tidal water / drawn up over my feet like a shell blanket.
The UK is served by plentiful supplies of tidal water. Let us make good use of it.
Check tide times!" Last night, station manager Ryan Douglas added: "We are seeing an increase of incidents like this occurring during school holidays, it is an incredibly dangerous thing to do and we urge members of the public not to drive into any tidal water.
The drama unfolded at around 10.45am on Thursday at Collywell Bay, near Seaton Sluice, Northumberland, when Kia became cornered by the fast-approaching tidal water and a 4ft seawall.