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( ) .......................... .........................................................4 5 ............................... .................................. ............. .................................... ...................... L IS T O F TERM S Biocenose....................................... A brasion, e ro sio n...................................... A ccretion to p o g rap h y.............................. 46 Biogeocenose.................................. Biological diversity.......................... A ccretion, aggradation, Biotope........................................... accu m u latio n........................................ Block............................................. A ctiv e sedim ent l a y e r............................. Bold shore...................................... A d m inistrative re g u la tio n...................... Boulder.......................................... A dverse environm ental im pact, Boulder deposits............................. adverse environm ental e ffe c t........ Breaking of waves.......................... A eolian r e lie f............................................. Breakwater..................................... A g ed shoreline, relict shoreline, Cadastral file of the cadastre object..6 ancien t sh o re lin e................................. Cadastral litofacial map A ggradation terra ce............................ of the sub-aqual part of the AggTadational fe a tu re s............................ cadastre object........................... A ggradational shore, accretional Cadastral map................................. shore, coast o f a cc u m u la tio n......... Cadastral map of the cadastre object A llu v ia l........................................................ overburden................................ A ncient, relict beach red g e...................: Cadastral map of the cadastre object A photic z o n e............................................... topological................................. A rch ip elag o................................................ Cadastral of the coastal types A ttach ed d u n e s.......................................... of the cadastre object.................. A uthigene m in e ra ls.................................. Cadastral socio-ecomonic map A v ailable la n d............................................ of the cadastre object.................. B ank, e m b a n k m e n t.................................. Cadastre district.............................. B arrier, b arrier bar, offshore barrier, Cadastre division............................. offshore beach, b ar b e a c h............... Cadastre informationconsumer....... B arter contract on the lan d p art Cadastre number of the coastal zone o f the coastal z o n e............................. cadastre object........................... B athym etric z o n e...................................... Cadastre object.........................11, B a y........................................................2 0,2 Cadastre of especcially protected B e a c h.................................................... 39, natural territories........................ B each d riftin g........................................... Cadastre quarter.............................. B each r id g e................................................ Cadastre region.............................. B each sc h lic h............................................. Cadastre value................................ B each se d im e n t......................................... Cadastre valueof the land part of the B each s e d im e n ts...................................... coastal zone.............................. B e d-rock s h o re.......................................... Cape.............................................. B e n c h........................................................... Classifier........................................ B enthal, b e n th o n ic................................... Cliff, bluff...................................... B e n th o s........................................................ Coarse-grained sediments................ B e r m............................................................. Embayed coast................................ C o ast c la ss ific a tio n................................ Embrio dune.................................... C o ast p ro tectio n b e l t................................. Embryodune.................................... C o a st protection, coastal engin eerin g Endogenetic processes...................... C o ast re w o rk in g.......................................... Environment protection, C o ast t y p e.................................................... 4 environmental safety.............. C oastal area, co astlan d............................. Environmental conditions................. C oastal c o m m o n s...................................... Environmental quality monitoring.... C oastal dunes, dunes, sa n d -d u n e s..... Erosion relief forms......................... C oastal engineering, coastal Erosion sculpture............................ en gineering stru c tu re s........................ Erosion, denudation......................... C oastal p l a i n............................................... Estuary........................................... C oastal pro tected a r e a.............................. Exogenetic processes....................... C oastal z o n e...................................... 18, Extractive industry factory................ C oastal zone a cc o u n tin g.......................... Facial conditions............................. C oastal zone c a d a stre................................ Facies............................................. C oastal zone p ro te c tio n............................ Fast ice........................................... C oastal zone re lief..................................... Fault..............................................4 C o a stlin e....................................................... Fiord coast..................................... C oastline o f in n en em al w a te rs.............. Flat coast........................................ C obble, p e b b le........................................... Foredune, frontal dune.................... C om prehensive indicator system Formation of marshes, a sse ss m e n t............................................. eutrophication, mire formation.... C ontinental s h e lf........................................ Formation of relief........................... C ontrast o f r e lie f........................................ Frontal dune, duneface..................... C ost o f the lan d p a rt o f the coastal Frost weathering............................. z o n e......................................................... Genetic coast classification.............. C r ib................................................................ Genetic type of deposits................... C riogenic re lie f fo rm s.......................... 4 Geo-infomation system.................... C u s p s............................................................ Geomorphological anomaly.............. D e fla tio n...................................................... Geomorphological map D e lta............................................................... of the coastal zone...................... D elta cup, subm arine fan, subm arine Gift contract on the land part c o n e......................................................... of the coastal zone...................... D e lta f ro n t.................................................... Grain-size composition.................... D e n tin g........................................................ Grain-size distribution, grain-size D e p o s its....................................................... classification.............................. D ep o sits o f the coastal accretion Gravel........................................... b o d ies..................................................... Groyne, groin............................... D ifferential e ro s io n.................................. Grus.............................................. D r i f t............................................................... Gulf............................................... D ry in g b e a c h............................................... Habitat........................................... D u n e s............................................................ Hazardous geological phenomenon.. D y n am ic coast c la ssifica tio n................. Hazardous hydrological E arth in te rio r............................................... phenomenon.............................. E a rth q u a k e.................................................. Hazardous natural phenomenon...... E le v ate d sh o re lin e..................................... Marsh............................................. H eavy m in e ra ls.......................................... Material resources........................... H u m m o c k in g............................................. Median fall diameter, standart H y d ro d y n a m ic s.

......................................... fall velocity................................ H y dro-engineering con stru ctio n......... Microrelief................................... Ice-d ressed roch, sheepback ro c h....... Mineral composition.....................: Im p act on the environm ent, Mineral resources............................ environm ental a c tio n......................... Modem sedimentation.................. In creased r e lie f......................................... Mole.............................................. In d ic a to r....................................................... Moraine coast................................. In d icato r system assesssm ent Morphography................................ o f th e cadastre o b je c t......................... Morphology................................... Ingressive c o a st.......................................... Morphology and dynamics............... In n e r s e a........................................................ Morphometry.................................. In teg rated coastal m anagem ent, Morphosculpture............................. ic m............................................................ Morphostructure.............................. Internal w a ters............................................ Mud............................................... I s la n d............................................................. Mud, clayey mud............................ Jo in t h o lding pro p erty on the land Municipal property on the land p a rt o f the coastal z o n e..................... part of the coastal zone............... Jurisdictional w a ters................................. Municipality................................... K am e te rra c e.......................................... Natural area of protection, L a g o o n......................................................... natural reserved area................... L an d p a rt o f the coastal z o n e................ Natural capital................................. L an d te n u r e................................................. Natural environment........................ L an d lo rd........................................................ Natural landscapes.......................... L an d o w n ersh ip........................................... Natural resources............................ L a n d s c a p e.................................................... Near-shore deposits......................... L an d slid e............................................ 37, Near-shore marine deposits.............. L atitidunal z o n a tio n................................. Near-shore modern sedimentation.... L ease o f the land p art o f the Near-shore zone.............................. coastal zo n e........................................... Nearshore, inshore zone, shoreface... L ea se r............................................................ Non-material resources.................... L edge, bench, te rr a c e.............................. Non-renewable resources................. L egal regim e o f the coastal zone....... Non-sedimentation zone.................. L egitim e c e rtific a te................................. Official act..................................... L e v e e............................................................. Os.................................................. L ic en c e.................,.................................... Owner of the land part of the L ith ific a tio n................................................ coastal zone............................... L ithodynam ic sy s te m.............................. Ownership certificate....................... L ito d in a m ic s............................................... Pawning contract........................... L ittoral d r i f t................................................ Peneplanation plain......................... L ongshore currents................................... Peninsula........................................ L ongshore drift, sedim ent flo w............ Period of wave................................ M a nufactured c a p ita l...................,........ Permanent use certificate................. M arginal v a lle y...............*...................... Plain.............................................. M arine attraction v a lu e........................... Plain of marine denudation, plain Sea bottom aggradational relief forms......................................... o f subm arine d e n u d atio n.................. Sea cliff........................................... P la n t f a c ilitie s............................................ Sea level......................................... Po litical u n it................................................ Sea-bed map of the subaquatic part P o llu sio n o f en v iro n m en t....................... of the coastal zone...................... P o p u latio n e q uitability d eg ree............ Seascape.........................................................

P rim ary dissected c o a s t........................... Seawall......................................... P riv ate p ro p erty on th e lan d p art Secondary coast..............................................

o f th e coastal z o n e............................. Sediment balance........................... P ublic re g is te r............................................ Sediment budget............................. Q uickly-using c o n tra c t......................... Sediment differentiation...................................

R a ised b e a c h.............................................. Sediment starvation.......................... R a ised n atural c a p ita l.............................. Sedimentation................................. R ecen ts se d im e n ts.................................... Servitude contract............................ R ecreatio n z o n e.......................................... Settlement...................................... R e ef................................................................ Shallow marine deposits..................................

R elic, erosion rem nant, Shallowing.....................................5 relict re lie f f o r m s......................... Share holding property on the R e lic t topographic fo rm s...................... land part of the coastal zone...... R e li e f............................................................ Shoal.............................................. R e lie f classificatio n.................................. Shore.............................................. R e lie f ty p e................................................... Shoreline......................................... R en ew ab le living re s o u r c e s.................. Silt................................................. R enew able n o n -living re s o u rc e s........ Silt particles.................................... R e n t o f the lan d p a rt o f the Skerries.......................................... coastal z o n e.......................................... Skerries coast.................................. R en te c o n tra c t........................................... Slide..............................................3 R id g e s........................................................ Slope............................................. R ip p le m a rk s............................................ Slough, slump................................ R iv e r..........................................................2 Small embrio dune.......................... R iv er m o u th............................................. Social value estimation of the R iv er m outh b a r................................. coastal zone...................................... R iv er s y s te m.............................................. Spit................................................ R o c k..................................................... 4 0,4 Splash zone..................................... R o ck c la ssifica tio n................................... Spur relief...................................... R o ck d e b ris................................................ State cadastre estimation.................. R ock-rorm ing m in e ra ls.......................... State cadastre information................ R u n n e l.......................................................... State cadastre registration................ R u n -u p......................................................... State coastal zone cadastre Sale co n tract on the lan d p art documents.................................. o f th e coastal z o n e............................ State ecological monitoring.............. S a n d.............................................................. State forest cadastre......................... S and p a rtic le s............................................ State land cadastre.......................... S c a rp............................................................. State ownership on the bottom part Scarp, e sc a rp m e n t.................................... of the coastal zone...................... S e a................................................................ Types o f user grant on the land part State ownership on the land part o f the coastal z o n e.......................... o f the coastal z o n e...........................6 State ownership on the water part Urbanization, urbanization in d ex..... V alley......................................................... o f the coastal z o n e..........................6 Water area, aquatic area...................... ? State town-planning cadastre.............5 Water deleterious e ffe c t...................... 5?


State water cadastre................................5 Water downward.................................... ? Stream d eflectio n...................................3 Water m anagem ent............................... Striated pavem ent................................... Water objects pollusion....................... Subaerial, aerial......................................2 Water part o f the coastal z o n e........... Subaquatic, aquatic............................... Water p ollu sion...................................... Sublittoral................................................. Water protective z o n e.......................... Submarine depositional p lain............4 Water use o f the coastal z o n e............ Submarine m orphosculpture..............3 W ave base, w ave depth....................... ? Submarine ou tcrop s..............................3 W ave breaking....................................... ? Submarine platform, shoreface W ave c r e st............................................... ? terrace........................:.........................4 W ave currents......................................... ? Submarine rid ge......................................2 W ave erosion c o a st.............................. Submergence sh orelin e........................3 W ave field............................................... ? Su ffosion...................................................5 W ave front............................................... ? Sunken object..........................................5 W ave h eig h t............................................ ??

Surf, breaker z o n e.................................. 2 W ave len gh t............................................ n S u rge......................................................... 2 W ave ray................................................... ? Technogenic relief fo r m s.................... 4 W ave steep ness...................................... ? Terrace.......................................................4 W ave top................................................... ??

Terrigenous d ep o sits.............................3 W ave trouhg, w ave h o llo w................ 7 Tides.......................................................... 2 W ave-built terrace, wave-built Topographic form, landform..............4 p latform............................................. 4 Town, c ity................................................. 7 W ave-cut bench, w ave-cut p latform. Transaction w ith the land part W a v e s....................................................... ??

o f the coastal z o n e...........................6 W eed in ess................................................ 5?

Tranzit z o n e.............................................1 Y ield class................................................ Types o f transaction on the land part o f the coastal z o n e..................6 .., .. 1.

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