Of or pertaining to a shore, as of the sea.
Inhabiting the seashore, esp. the zone between high-water and low-water mark.
The shore area between the mean low and high tide levels. Water zones in this area include the littoral pelagic zone and the littoral benthic zone.
Living near edge of a lake, near the shore.
Growing on or near the seashore.
Of or pertaining to the shore, especially of the sea; coastal.
Land abutting a large body of water, such as the ocean or a lake.
relating to the shore of sea, lake or ocean.
The area of the shore that is occupied by marine organisms which are adapted to or need alternating exposure to air and wetting by submersion, splash or spray. On rocky shores, the upper limit is marked by the top of the Littorina /Verrucaria belt and the lower limit by the top of the laminarian zone (Lewis, 1964). It is divided into separate subzones, particularly marked on hard substrata. Cf. 'intertidal'.
The area of a lake through which sunlight penetrates to the bottom. Usually found along the shore.
Pertaining to the shore of a lake, sea, or ocean.
Pertaining to the seashore, especially the intertidal area.
the ocean shore, including the rocky intertidal, sandy beaches, and salt marshes.
the seashore between high and low tide lines.
the zone on a shoreline between mean high tide and mean low tide, also referred to as the intertidal zone.
Of or relating to the intertidal zone, or seashore, which extends from the upper limit of the spray zone or strandline to the top of the sublittoral fringe at the MLWS tide mark
zone Region near the shore of lakes, ponds, or large rivers
The bottom of the lake basin colonized by macrovegetation. For the BWCA, generally considered to be waters to 15' in depth.
Pertaining to the edge of the lake, near the shore; an area of the shore between mean high water and mean low water; the intertidal zone.
Living in near-shore water or the intertidal zone (between high and low tide)
region of shallow water where light reaches the bottom.
Edge or shore region where the water is shallow enough for continuous mixing.
Relating to or existing on a shore.
(1) Of, or pertaining to, a SHORE, especially a SEASHORE. (2) (SMP) Living on, or occurring on, the SHORE.
lytt-or-al i) Of or on the shore of the sea, a lake, etc., ii) a region lying along a shore.
The newshore zone, typically encompassing the high tide line to below the low tide line (in some usage, out to the continental shelf break, i.e., -200 m).
the zone of shallow water located near the shore that receives sunlight from top to bottom
The areas to seaward of the coast which are susceptible to influence or support from the land and the areas inland from the coast which are susceptible to influence or support from the sea.
Pertaining to or along the shore, particularly to describe currents, deposits, and drift.
belonging to the sea shore.
Inhabiting the seashore. 113
The shallow region in a body of water which can be inhabited by rooted aquatic plants. This is dependent on the ability of light to penetrate the water. Specific animal and algae groups also inhabit this zone.
Part of the shore zone of a large body of water. Compare with riparian rights.
the near shore shallow water zone of a lake, where aquatic plants grow.
LAND - Land bordering on the shore of a sea or ocean and thus affected by the tide currents.
of, belonging to, or found on or near the shore. [AHDOS
The benthic zone between the highest and lowest spring tide marks; the inter-tidal zone.
Littoral refers to the coast of an ocean or sea, or to the banks of a river, lake or estuary. It is usually used as an adjective, but may also be used as a noun. The littoral zone is defined as the area between the high water and low water marks.
Littoral combat in the military refers to operations in the Littoral area, within a certain distance of shore, including surveillance, mine-clearing and support for landing operations and other types of shift from water to ground, and back.