tide pool

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tide pool

also tide·pool (tīd′po͞ol′)
n.
A pool of water remaining after a tide has retreated. Also called tidal pool.

tide′-pool′, tide′pool′ adj.
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If you are in a rocky area, peek into tide pools, you may find starfish, little crabs, and other types of ocean life there.
Just where and how life began on earth is uncertain -- deep sea vents, tide pools, and hot springs all provide rational explanations -- but water was certainly involved, and as single-cell organisms gave way to more complex forms of life, seabirds occupy an intriguing rung on the evolutionary ladder because they've happily settled at the nexus between two worlds -- land and sea.
Sea stars are being spotted in Southern California tide pools and elsewhere, the Orange County Register reported Tuesday.
Students quickly discovered limpets, barnacles, purple ochre sea stars, and shoreline crabs scattered throughout the tide pools.
He describes its geology, climate, and physical ocean processes, as well as the importance of environmental stewardship, then major habitat types--coastal forests, rocky shores and tide pools, sand beaches, nearshore, rivers, and estuaries--and their common plants and animals.
Results from a small-scale field experiment in tide pools, suggest that the detection of planted abalone seeds can be significantly improved when these are marked with PIT tags, compared with those marked with conventional plastic tags.
TIDE POOLS | ECOSYSTEMS | NATURAL WORLD | CONNECTIONS | LIVING THINGS | MODELS
Some of the highlights include breath-taking coastal views, active tide pools, a cove beach and churning waves.
It is actually a set of natural tide pools that have water spilling over lava rocks, rising as waves spill in and then retreating as the tides change.
On North America's west coast, from California to Alaska, millions of sea stars melted away in tide pools.
I can identify and name three or more animals found in tide pools on the coast--97 percent
Visitors can find white, red and black sand beaches with small coves and tide pools ideal for young children and toddlers to enjoy.