Climatic conditions and their influence on maritime shores
The shore or the sea coast, as separation lines between land and sea, is subject to the permanent action of internal factors (tectonic movements and volcanism) and of external factors (processes of erosion, wind, waves, currents, tides, living organisms and humans), issues that complicate their development. A good quality, stability and consolidation of shores or coasts have a special importance in the socio-economic life of each country limitary to the sea or navigable rivers. This is in view of the benefits arising from the safe operation of maritime and river ports, which, across time, transformed neighboring villages in great national or international port cities
Volume (Year): 13 (2010)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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