river estuary

river estuary

- The mouth of a river that is influenced by the tides.
See also related terms for tides.
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Which river estuary forms the northern border between the Netherlands and Germany?
DEC's Hudson River Estuary Program and the New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission recently awarded grants totaling $117,611 to four communities to support projects that will provide access to the Hudson River and its tributaries for fishing, wildlife education and fiver watching in underserved communities, including for people with disabilities and individuals living in disadvantaged neighborhoods.
Coos Bay, the Siuslaw River estuary and Alsea Bay at Waldport host clam populations.
Take a few days to relax and unwind at the luxurious Fowey Hall Hotel, sitting in a spectacular location overlooking the sailing and fishing port of Fowey on the south Cornish coast, within its original walled gardens and commanding views of the river estuary and far out to sea.
The well-appointed first-floor maisonette has open-aspect coastal views overlooking Tynemouth Priory and the river estuary.
We have studied the reproductive biology of the goldlined seabream (Rhabdosargus sarba) in the lower Swan River Estuary in Western Australia, focusing particularly on elucidating the factors influencing the duration, timing, and frequency of spawning and on determining potential annual fecundity.
Lawrence River estuary where shellfish are harvested.
The anatomy of the landscape -the river estuary,fields and woods,clouds,hills,and mountains beyond, is forever in flux,''he says.
National Laboratory who has studied the Savannah River estuary on the Georgia-South Carolina border with colleagues from Oak Ridge and the Skidaway Institute of Oceanography in Savannah.
The Port of Taicang, located at the south bank of the Yangtze River estuary near Shanghai, is widely considered to be a significant satellite port to Shanghais Yangshan megaport.