Sandbar

  • (noun): A bar of sand.
    Synonyms: sand bar

Some articles on sandbar:

Port Of Geelong - History
... Before the initial settlement of Geelong, a sandbar across the bay from Point Lillias to Point Henry only allowed small ships to enter the inner harbour ... At times it was possible to walk across the bay on the sandbar at low tide ... The first channel through the sandbar was started in 1853, providing less than 4 metres draught for ships ...
Corio Bay - Shipping
... Before the initial settlement of Geelong, a sandbar across the bay from Point Lillias to Point Henry prevented ships from entering the inner harbour ... times it was possible to walk across the bay on the sandbar at low tide ... The first channel through the sandbar was started in 1853, providing less than 4 metres draught for ships ...
Sandbar Fight - Legacy
... considered him the most dangerous man among their opposition." After the Sandbar Fight and subsequent battles in which Bowie successfully used his knife to defend himself, his knife became very ...
USS Niagara (1813) - Construction
... Isle was cut off from the Lake Erie by a sandbar, which prevented British warships from being able to enter the bay ... draft of 9 feet (2.7 m), which was too deep to cross the sandbar ... On August 4, the Niagara was pulled onto the sandbar using its anchor in a technique called kedging and was lightened by removing its cannons and ballast ...
Suncheon Bay Ecological Park - Natural Environment of Suncheon Bay - Sander
... A sandbar is the habitat of being unceasingly provided with nutrients from the river and of many kind of animals and plants ... ecosystem in which 20% of creatures on earth lives, so that Sandbar of Suncheon bay is worthy to be preserved.The size of Suncheon bay is about 8 millions ... The sandbar in which a sand crab, a selfish and etc ...