The process of sediment accumulating on the sea bed leading to a raising of bed levels
Areas of seabed with similar reflective properties for sound waves.
The mixing of different water bodies by horizontal motion; mass transfer of matter
Progressive increase in sedimentation (see also accretion).
Sand, gravel and crushed rock suitable for use in the construction industry for mixing with a matrix to form concrete, macadam, mortar or plaster, or used alone as in railway ballast, unbound road-stone or graded fill.
Locations where tidal range is zero.
Half of the peak-to-trough range (or height) of a waveform.
Conditions defined by what went before (e.g. preceding geological epoch)
Produced or caused by humans.
Large quarried stone or specially shaped concrete block used as primary protection against wave action.
Protection of erodible materials by resistant materials.
Average significant wave height recorded during a storm event (see significant wave height).