A narrow, elongate, coarse-textured ridge tht once rose near to, or barely above, a pluvial or glacial lake and extending generally parallel to the shore.
SAND ridge or ridges, extending along the SHORE outside the TROUGH, that may be exposed at LOW TIDE or may occur below the WATER LEVEL in the OFFSHORE.
submerged lenticular body of sand or gravel beyond the surf zone.
A ridge of sand running roughly parallel to the shoreline which may become exposed at low tide. There can be a series of these running parallel to one another at different water depths. See Komar (1976).
A sand bar that extends roughly parallel to the shoreline.