coastal structures

прибрежные сооружения

Англо-русский словарь по экологии. 2011.

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  • Coastal management — This article is about coastal management aimed to prevent erosion and flooding. For broader management issues, see Integrated coastal zone management. Oosterscheldekering sea wall, the Netherlands. In some jurisdictions the terms sea defense and… …   Wikipedia

  • Coastal flood — Coastal flooding occurs when normally dry, low lying land is flooded by sea water.[1] The extent of coastal flooding is a function of the elevation inland flood waters penetrate which is controlled by the topography of the coastal land exposed to …   Wikipedia

  • Coastal Carolina Regional Airport — IATA: EWN – ICAO: KEWN – FAA LID: EWN Summary Airport type Craven County Owner Craven County …   Wikipedia

  • Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens — Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens, with 248 acres (1 km2) and a mile of waterfront in the mid coast town of Boothbay, Maine, is Maine s first and only botanical garden. After 16 years of planning, building and planting, in 2007 the Gardens… …   Wikipedia

  • Coastal States Building — General information Type Commercial offices Location 260 Peachtree Street …   Wikipedia

  • Coastal Carolina Community College — is a community college located in Jacksonville, North Carolina. References History of Coastal Carolina Community College External links Coastal Carolina Community College …   Wikipedia

  • Coastal State Prison — is a Georgia Department of Corrections state prison located in Savannah, near Garden City.[1][2] The facility houses Adult Male Felons, the capacity is 1580. It was constructed 1981 and opened in the same year. It was renovated in 1999, it is a… …   Wikipedia

  • Coastal Transitional Center — is located in Savannah, Georgia in Chatham County, Georgia. The facility houses Adult Male Felons, the capacity is 200. It was constructed in 1940 and opened in 2003. It was renovated in 2003, It is a Minium Security Prison. References George… …   Wikipedia

  • Coastal development hazards — A coastal development hazard can be defined as the likelihood of an event or incident occurring multiplied by the seriousness of the event or incident if it occurred. The seriousness is controlled by how vulnerable the adversely affected party… …   Wikipedia

  • Coastal biogeomorphology — Over the past two decades, biogeomorphology has developed as an established research field examining the interrelationship between organisms and geomorphic processes in a variety of environments, both marine, and terrestrial (Naylor, Larissa A.… …   Wikipedia

  • Coastal fortifications of New Zealand — The New Zealand coastline is 15,134 km long. Coastal fortifications were constructed in New Zealand in two main waves. The first wave occurred around 1885 and was a response to fears of an attack by Russia. The second wave occurred during World… …   Wikipedia

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