Estuaries

Some articles on estuaries:

Sedimentary Budget - Sediment Compartments and Littoral Cells - Sinks - Estuaries
... Estuaries are an example of a coastal sink in that they tend to trap sediment which can be due to tidal circulations and the mixing of fresh and salt water, the injection of river sediment and the ... Estuaries can often trap a lot of coarse bedload sediments that are fed down rivers, intercepting them before they reach the coast ... North Island of New Zealand experiences sediment sinks into estuaries often, enhanced by the presence of mangroves ...
Coastal And Estuarine Research Federation - Publications
... CERF publishes the journal Estuaries and Coasts ... Prior to 2006 Estuaries and Coasts was known as Estuaries ... Prior to the formation CERF, the journal Estuaries was known as Chesapeake Science (1960–1978) ...
Province Of Lugo - Geography - Estuaries
... The estuaries of the Lugo province are part of the Atlas estuaries ... From west to east they are Barquero estuary Vivero estuary Foz estuary Ribadeo estuary ...
Sand Whiting - Distribution and Habitat
... exposed coastal areas such as beaches, sandbars and surf zones as well as quieter bays, estuaries and coastal lakes ... Sand whiting enter estuaries, including intermittently open ones, and penetrate far upstream to the tidal limits of rivers and creeks where juveniles and adolescent fish may be abundant ... The adults congregate around the mouths of estuaries, bars, and spits, in depths down to 5 m where they may constitute a large percentage of the icthyofauna of such regions ...