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Groin - Wikipedia

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In human anatomy, the groin is the junctional area between the abdomen and the thigh on either side of the pubic bone. This is also known as the medial ...

Groins

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Groins are man-made structures designed to trap sand as it is moved down the beach by the longshore drift. As the longshore drift current approaches the groin,  ...

Shoreline Structures - Beachapedia

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Sep 23, 2015 ... Seawalls, groins, jetties and other shoreline stabilization structures have had tremendous impacts on our nation's beaches. Shoreline ...

groin | coastal engineering | Britannica.com

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Feb 26, 2009 ... Groin, in coastal engineering, a long, narrow structure built out into the water from a beach in order to prevent beach erosion or to trap and ...

The Negative Impacts Of Groins | Coastal Care

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Feb 12, 2009 ... The negative impact of groins on downdrift shorelines is well understood.

Is there a difference between a jetty and a groin? - Delaware Sea ...

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Nov 27, 2009 ... However, technically speaking, groins and jetties are not the same thing. Groins are the smaller shore-perpendicular structures, built to trap ...

Groin | Definition of Groin by Merriam-Webster

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Define groin: the area of the body where your legs come together.

Groin | Define Groin at Dictionary.com

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Groin definition, Anatomy. the fold or hollow on either side of the front of the body where the thigh joins the abdomen. See more.

Groins - definition of groins 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 ...

Terminal Groins | North Carolina Coastal Federation

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A groin is built perpendicular to the coast and works similar to the way a jetty works. But groins are usually smaller than jetties and built on straight stretches of  ...