Lagoon and Shoreline Lakes (Stock Footage)

Lagoon and Shoreline Lakes (Stock Footage)

Shoreline lakes are generally lakes created by blockage of estuaries or by the uneven accretion of beach ridges by longshore. They include maritime coastal lakes, ordinarily in drowned estuaries; lakes enclosed by two tombolos or spits connecting an island to the mainland; lakes cut off from larger lakes by a bar. A gut is a narrow coastal body of water, a channel or strait, usually one that is subject to strong tidal currents flowing back and forth. A gut may also be a small creek. Reeds morass wetland rush bed reed bed. A lagoon is a shallow body of water separated from a larger body of water by barrier islands or reefs. Lagoons are commonly divided into coastal lagoons and atoll lagoons. Gulf inlet sand dune inner sea.

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