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The mean high-water mark dividing water from land.

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And such 'invasion' of the shorelines and river banks within the city's urban center is not exclusive of the supposed landless families.
Kinzel of Dryden, Washington, has been fined $100,500 for illegally placing fill dirt in the Wenatchee River and removing vegetation along the shoreline. By disrupting how the river would flow naturally, his actions threaten nearby private properties and public roads, bridges and other structures while hampering downstream salmon recovery efforts.
In 2017, more than 600 volunteers participated throughout DuPage County, removing approximately six tons of debris from more than 65 miles of shoreline along the river and its tributaries, including streams and ponds.
The growing volcano would have depressed the land and deformed the shoreline over time, which could explain the irregular heights of the Arabia shoreline.
For both events, the new methodology accurately predicted storm erosion as well as the recovery of the coastline and provided a distinct indication of the degree of shoreline displacement (ranking the Australian storm in the "high" category and the U.K.
A recent research on mapping shorelines using various remote sensing data was carried out using two different approaches: (1) mapping shorelines by the supervised approach such as the machine learning techniques and (2) mapping shorelines by the unsupervised approach based on the water index derived from multispectral image sources.
Elements such as clarity of the horizon, sea colour, sand quality, cleanliness, interesting features, air quality and the weather were taken into account to decide the best shorelines.
In the field, Chen collects tufas and maps the extent of the ancient shorelines to determine the size of these once large lakes.
Techniques for augmenting typical "hardened" shorelines are also demon strated, including:
From Virginia to Florida, there is a prehistoric shoreline that, in some parts, rests more than 280 feet above modern sea level.