The numerous occurrences and low amplitude of the raised coastal features
, the poor sorting and rounding of the sediment, and the irregular morphology of raised gravel beaches forming Unit B testify to a low-energy environment that may be associated with more severe sea-ice conditions.
Lakelevel fluctuations in the hydrograph of Baedke and Thompson (2000) are expressed by the distribution, geomorphology, and sedimentology of coastal features
and deposits rimming the upper Great Lakes.
A number of coastal features
with Western place names and cultural and historical sites are shown on the 1:63 000 scale USGS topographic maps from 1955, listed in the Dictionary of Alaska Place Names (Orth, 1967), and described by Leffingwell (1919) and Dease and Simpson (Simpson.
In the opening chapter, Davis and FitzGerald state that 'it is no longer enough to observe, describe, and classify coastal features
and environments' (p.
You control your ship from two perspectives to get a sense of the whereabouts of nearby enemies, including ships, mines and torpedoes and coastal features
such as cities.
and townscape settings offer plenty of contrasts on this route between two local seaside resorts.
This is surely, in part, because coastal features
demonstrate change in the natural world on short time scales and in a highly visible way.
For more than 50 years the North and South Bootle Landmarks were well-known coastal features
. They were put up in 1829 to enable seafarers entering the river to take their bearings and ensure a safe retur n.