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- Cailleach Beara
- Crone of Beare. Irish A giantess associated with mountains. She holds in her apron huge boulders with which to add to mountainous realms. She is a Tutelary to southwest Munster. She also appears in tales describing a knight being importuned by an old hag for...
Deities & Heros >> Celtic, Welsh, Irish & Brittish
Apron Reef is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Apron Reef books and related discussion.
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- Coral Reef Formations
- Reef formation. • Fringing Reef. • Barrier Reef.
- what is patchreef
- They form parallel to coast lines. Australia's Great Barrier. Reef is more than 2000 miles (3200 km) long.
- Oil Spills in Coral Reefs: Glossary
- Apron reef - the initial stages of a fringing reef; it is discontinuous and covers a small area.
- Wallis and Futuna
- Wallis has a barrier reef 63 km² long and a lagoon of 200 km². Futuna and Alofi have no lagoon, but an apron reef some 100 metres wide on average.
- The Barrier Reef sediment apron: Tobacco Reef, Belize
- back-reef sediment apron of Tobacco Reef, a continuous segment of the periods. Introduction.
Suggested Web Resources
- Coral reef - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Patch reefs are common.
- Types of Reefs
- Yet each reef is known for its individuality. Some different types of reefs include: Apron Reef- usually a smaller reef, found near a peninsula.
- Coral Reefs - MarineBio.org
- The wide array of coral reef forms includes the Apron reef, the Fringing reef, the Barrier reef, the Patch reef, the Ribbon reef, the Table reef and the Atoll reef.
- Castleton geology
- The limestones of Castleton have caused controversy in geological circles, it appears that they represent an apron reef environment. How to contact us.
- What Is a Fringing Reef? | eHow.com
- Coral reefs are found in tropical waters in various parts of the world. Reefs are often Young and immature fringe reefs are called apron reefs.
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