Stack

(redirected from sea stacks)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Encyclopedia.

Stack

A unit of volume equivalent to 108 cubic feet. It is used in the sale of firewood.
References in periodicals archive ?
600 feet high at parts of The Sturral sea stack in Co Donegal
Earlier this year, the duo ticked off two other tricky sea stack summits in the Outer Hebrides.
Sea stacks dot the deep blue Pacific, and feathered creatures glide in the endless breeze.
We also called in at the Reynisdrangar basalt volcanic sea stacks which are well worth the trip, not least as the beach they stand alongside was once ranked as one of the 10 most beautiful non-tropical beaches in the world.
We spent the day on the island, then the evening circling the famous sea stacks of Stac Lee and Stac An Armin.
They looked remarkably similar to sea stacks,' she recalls.
Black Sea stacks the odds against the characters, but Law's thick Scottish accent is more ship-shape than the script.
Geology 101: Made of basalt, Haystack Rock rises 235 feet and is considered one of the largest sea stacks along the Pacific Coast; Bishop says some 14 1/2 million years ago, the Ginkgo lava flow, originating in Eastern Washington, flowed down Columbia River drainage to the ocean, where the basalt sunk and then "re-erupted" to make Haystack Rock.
On the way, hit Ruby Beach with its photogenic sea stacks. $$$, rooms from $149; thekololochlodge.com.
From the clifftop grassland of The Leas, walkers can take in views of its bays, sea stacks, caves, seabird colonies and wildflower swathes.
The coast of Oregon is rugged and lined with sea stacks, huge chunks of land sculpted by erosion.
She said: "After I climbed the St Kilda sea stacks, Stac Lee and Stac an Armin, a friend asked if I might become the first woman to finish the Marilyns.