High tide line at Seasalter Beach.
Seaweed at high tide.
Eel grass
Facing west - Wooden groynes
Oyster shell
Oyster trails across the mud flats.
Seasalter Beach mud flats
What is it?
Barnacles growing at the foot of the groyne.
Beach levels
The base of a Groyne.
Barnacles growing at the base of the groyne.
A beach study. An opportunity to work with your local Coastal Development Officer.
seasalter beach
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Author: phil (ID: 6409)
Posted: 2009-09-29 15:35 GMT+00:00
Mileage: 1.06 km
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For more information about The Kent Schools Beach Project contact:

Andrew Berry - ASK Primary Science Advisor
andrew.berry@kent.gov.uk

Photograph 1
High tide line at Seasalter Beach.
Photograph 2
Seaweed at high tide.
Photograph 3
Eel grass
Photograph 4
Facing west - Wooden groynes
Photograph 5
Oyster shell
Photograph 6
Oyster trails across the mud flats.
Photograph 7
Seasalter Beach mud flats
Photograph 8
What is it?
Photograph 9
Barnacles growing at the foot of the groyne.
Photograph 10
Beach levels
Photograph 11
The base of a Groyne.
Photograph 12
Barnacles growing at the base of the groyne.
Photograph 13
A beach study. An opportunity to work with your local Coastal Development Officer.
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