tidal pool


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tidal pool

n.

tid·al pool

(tīd′l)
A pool of water remaining after a tide has retreated. Also called tide pool.
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JUST WHEN YOU ARE STARTING TO FEEL COMFORTABLE paddling around the demographic tidal pool, along comes yet another group to muddy the retail waters--Generation Z, also known as "Centennials.
A chunk of petrified brain tissue discovered in a tidal pool in southern England is the first reported from a dinosaur, researchers claim.
Besides a seven-hectare public garden, the park features an event zone, tidal pool, fitness zone, children's play area, medical room, restaurants and eateries, "Wadi" and discovery area, "fountain of colours" and a prayer room.
Further north up the coast, you'll also feel at home in a knee-length swimming costume and waxed moustache at Ilfracombe, with its private coves and Victorian tidal pool, reached by four tunnels.
A two-hour spa session costs PS27 and for that you can soak in the same waters the Romans took to for health improvement in a rooftop pool overlooking the ancient city, de-stress in the aromatherapy steam rooms or enjoy the relaxing tidal pool in the basement.
Part of a plan by the New York City Economic Development Council (NYCEDC) to create a "new, sustainable blueprint for the city's more than 500 miles of shoreline," WNYC Transmitter Park has a long, zig-zagging recreational pier, a footbridge that spans the tidal pool that was once a boat slip, and an ultra-green 2030 Drinking Fountain.
The tidal pool fills during periods of high tide, then empties during periods of low tide.
The marine biology student, a former volunteer at the New England Aquarium, thanked her lab partner in the post for sharing the experience of being in a tidal pool that day.
The beach attracts adventurous families who appreciate the safety of the tidal pool, the cleanliness of the beach - no dogs allowed - and the opportunity to hunt for beasties in rockpools.
Peak viewing days for the magical blanket of pink-tinged flowers bordering the tidal pool near the Washington and Jefferson monuments vary depending on the weather.
Users can make leaves appear on trees and then paint on the colors of autumn, fill up a tidal pool with the incoming tide and display the shades of a city over a day, with each scene revealing a slow natural process that people can't normally see.
Rob Quick, the Vale council's director of environmental and economic regeneration, said: "The council has always been a supporter of the tidal pool scheme.