Narrow Inlet?


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A long narrow inlet is a thin strip of water that runs into the land or between islands/bodies of land. The term can also be used to refer to a connection linking the catchment area and a drain for the admission of surface water.
The term used to refer to a narrow inlet depends on the context in which the term is used. For instance, a fjord is the term used to refer to a long, narrow inlet with steep sides that is created in a valley by glaciers. Also, a bay is an area of water that acts as an inlet to the land from a large water body.
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A narrow water inlet is called a Fjord. It is formed when glaciers cut a U-shaped valley. Most of them are deeper than the adjacent sea and have a tubular sheet ...
The long narrow inlet to the sea is known as a fjord, it is long and narrow with steep sides or cliffs, created in a valley carved by glacial activity. Most fjords ...
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