The decreased ecosystem respiration under spring tide
inundation has already been observed in coastal wetlands [13, 18, 19, 37].
Tidal streams might help to erode the bases of grounded icebergs, and the high waters during perigean spring tides
could play a role in refloating grounded and even apparently "stranded" icebergs, especially those stranded at the time of a normal high water.
A total of 24 of 26 radio-tagged birds foraged in one particular area an average of one or more trips per day ([greater than or equal to] 50% of their foraging trips) during spring tides
, neap tides, or both tide series.
Final preparations for the charity shop fashion show, Choose2reuse, at Modo Daffodils in Sefton Park Storeton Sunset 'Dockers on the dole'' - abandoned dockside equipment Picture: THIRTEENSTEPS13 (ANDREW HALL) Spring tide
at Hale Lighthouse, on the Mersey
But the 5,000 stones that were laid by the sea wall held the spring tide
at Whitby Harbour, pic-|ture by Peter Wensley, of Marske
Officers said sightseers could easily be swept away and it would be near impossible to rescue them as the spring tide
and stormy weather created huge waves that crashed down on to parts of the promenade.
It's believed a surging spring tide
scared him back .
FOLLOWING the latest meeting by COBRA the government's emergency committee, stand by for the following news flash: "The series of storms, flooding, power cuts and disruption of the road and rail networks that have ensued and compounded by the change in the flow of the Atlantic jet stream together with a high spring tide
can be laid firmly at the door of the last administration.
Then one day sometime between 8,800 and 8,400 years ago, a high spring tide
actually separated Anglesey, from the mainland for the first time."
"The area around the casualty had quickly become marooned by an incoming spring tide
whilst deep, fast flowing channels had developed between the walker and the shore line."
Clare County Council yesterday warned local residents to prepare for a "spring tide