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  • Seawall - Wikipedia

    A seawall (or sea wall) is a form of coastal defence constructed where the sea, and associated coastal processes, impact directly upon the landforms of the coast.

  • Seawall | Definition of Seawall by Merriam-Webster

    Define seawall: a wall or embankment to protect the shore from erosion or to act as a breakwater

  • BBC - GCSE Bitesize: Management strategies

    Management strategies. Physical management of the coast attempts to control natural processes such as erosion erosion: ... Building a sea wall.

  • Andrew Scott | Sea Wall Film Starring Sherlock Actor ...

    Andrew Scott, actor BAFTA nominated for his brilliant portrayal of Moriarty in BBC 1’s Sherlock is Alex in Sea Wall. Simon Stephens’ devastatingly beautiful film ...

  • Seawall - Coastal Wiki

    A seawall is constructed at the coastline, at the foot of possible cliffs or dunes. A seawall is typically a sloping concrete structure; it can be smooth, stepped ...

  • Sea Walls: Artists for Oceans | PangeaSeed Foundation

    Sea Walls: Artists for Oceans is PangeaSeed Foundation’s public art program that brings the message of ocean conservation into streets around the globe.

  • Seawall (Vancouver) - Wikipedia

    The seawall in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada is a stone wall that was constructed around the perimeter of Stanley Park to prevent the erosion of the park's ...

  • Seawalls, Seawall Repair & Bulkhead Construction by Everlast

    We are the leading provider of seawalls and seawall repair services. We manufacture environmentally-friendly vinyl sheet piling bulkheads & retaining walls.

  • Sea wall | Define Sea wall at

    Sea wall definition, a strong wall or embankment to prevent the encroachments of the sea, serve as a breakwater, etc. See more.

  • What are sea walls -

    Sea walls are a form of hard engineering coastal protection. A man made wall structures built on or near the shoreline with the purpose of absorbing.

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