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Groyne - Wikipedia

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A groyne is a rigid hydraulic structure built from an ocean shore (in coastal engineering) or from a bank (in rivers) that interrupts water flow and limits the ...

Groynes - A guide to managing coastal erosion in beach/dune systems

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Groynes are cross-shore structures designed to reduce longshore transport on open beaches or to deflect nearshore currents within an estuary. On an open ...

Groyne | Define Groyne at Dictionary.com

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"strong, low sea wall," 1580s, perhaps from obsolete groin "pig's snout" (c.1300; the wall so called because it was thought to look like one), from Old French groin  ...

groyne - definition of groyne in English | Oxford Dictionaries

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a low wall or sturdy timber barrier built out into the se... Meaning, pronunciation, example sentences, and more from Oxford Dictionaries.

The Groynes : Christchurch City Council

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The Groynes' waterways and tracks are a great place to take the family. There are lots of walking, fishing, picnic areas and a large dog exercise park.

Groyne - definition of groyne by The Free Dictionary

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(Civil Engineering) a wall or jetty built out from a riverbank or seashore to control erosion. Also called: spur or breakwater. [C16: origin uncertain: perhaps altered ...

Groynes and breakwaters - Department of Environment, Water and ...

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Groynes and breakwaters interrupt the alongshore movement of sand.

Coastal Protection: Groynes - SlideShare

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Sep 2, 2009 ... Coastal Measures<br />Groynes<br /> What are groynes?<br />They are a form of coastal protection. Positive Impacts…<br />It traps sediments ...

Groyne | Definition of Groyne by Merriam-Webster

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by alteration. First Known Use: 1582. Seen and Heard. What made you want to look up groyne? Please tell us where you read or heard it (including the quote, ...

groyne Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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groyne meaning, definition, what is groyne: a low wall built out from the coast into the sea, to prevent the repeated movement of the…. Learn more.

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Groynes - Coastal Wiki

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Oct 24, 2012 ... This article is recommended by the editorial team. This article describes the features, possible effects and different types of groynes, which ...

Groynes - BBC

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One way to protect beaches from being swept away is to build barriers, called groynes. These trap sand which the waves have moved along the beach and ...

Groynes - definition of Groynes by The Free Dictionary

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(Civil Engineering) a wall or jetty built out from a riverbank or seashore to control erosion. Also called: spur or breakwater. [C16: origin uncertain: perhaps altered ...