The average level of the sea over a long period of time
An area formerly submerged under water which has been filled up and whose ground level is above high water line
A long, narrow structure extending into the water to afford a berthing place for vessels, to serve as a promenade, etc.
Line containing point of the same depth with survey data.
Body of water, either natural or artificial, used for storage regulation and control of water resources
The high water mark of ordinary spring tides.
The edge margin of land next to the sea
A structure protecting a shore area, harbour, anchorage, or basin from waves
A shore-protection structure built to trap littoral drift or retard erosion of the shore
A facing of stone, concrete or other material, built to protect a scarp embankment, or shore structure against erosion by wave action or currents.