Definitions for "Tidal Bore"
Keywords:  estuary, tide, bore, eagre, shoaling
high, breaking wave that advances up an estuary as the tide rises.
A tidal wave that propagates up a relatively shallow and sloping estuary or river in a solitary wave form. The leading edge presents an abrupt rise in level, frequently with continuous breaking and often immediately followed by several large undulations. An uncommon phenomenon, the tidal bore is usually associated with very large ranges in tide as well as wedge shaped and rapidly shoaling entrances. Also called eagre, eager (for Tsientan, China bore), mascaret (French), pororoca (Brazilian), and bore.
A visible wall of water that moves toward shore with the rising tide in quiet waters.
Keywords:  completed
To be completed.