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Explain Wind-Tidal Flat

Wind-Tidal Flat  Explained!

Wind-Tidal Flat Technical Terms

Wind-Tidal Flat : A broad, low-lying, nearly-level sand flat that is alternately inundated by ponded rainwater or by wind-driven bay or estuarine water from storm surges or seiche. Frequent salinity fluctuations and prolonged periods of subaerial exposure preclude establishment of most types of vegetation except for mats of filamentous blue-green algae. Compare – tidal flat. SSS & HF

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