Shoreline definition

Shoreline means the upper reaches of the wash of the waves, other than storm and seismic waves, at high tide during the season of the year in which the highest wash of the waves occurs, usually evidenced by the edge of vegetation growth, or the upper limit of debris left by the wash of the waves.
Shoreline means the existing intersection of water with the ground surface or with any permanent, shore-connected facility.
Shoreline means the mean high water mark of any lake, pond, river, or permanent stream.

Examples of Shoreline in a sentence

For the purposes of this report, the discussion of estuarine shorelines is assumed to encompass “Coastal Shorelines” as described in Section 3.1.3 under the jurisdiction of the CRC.4. ESTUARINE SHORELINE TYPES Shorelines in general can be delineated as to where the water meets the surface topography of the land.

DON MORSE PARK SHORELINE ENHANCEMENT: Sablan announced that stakeholders are invited to meet with Brennan & Associates, the City’s consultants on the Don Morse Park shoreline enhancement project, to hear about preliminary site findings and the design process.

More Definitions of Shoreline

Shoreline means any lot line or portion thereof that abuts a waterbody.
Shoreline means the line where a body of water and the shore meet.
Shoreline means the Ordinary High Water Mark as defined under the Nova Scotia Land Surveyors Regulations and as it existed on the effective date of this Section.
Shoreline means any lot line or portion thereof which abuts a waterbody or watercourse.
Shoreline. - means the land covered by water for such a period of time that it no longer features the natural vegetation or marks a distinct boundary from the water environment and the soil of the waterbody and the vegetation of the surrounding land;
Shoreline means the extended point where the plane surface of the waters of the reservoir borders land.
Shoreline means any lot line or part thereof which abuts: