(1) Wave erosion drives the sea cliff landward creating a planar, gently seaward-dipping bedrock platform.(2) Some of it flowed landward towards the shore and into the deeper rip feeder channels.(3) The landward extent of the embayment fill abuts the western side of the Woakwine Range, a Pleistocene barrier.(4) Besides, Guy's army could not begin to cut off supplies from the landward side.(5) Engagement on the high seas occurs infrequently, and almost always because one side is moving to attack landward targets and the other is trying to prevent it.(6) The air in this bulge then slides over the unexpanded air over the sea resulting in a pressure difference at sea level between the landward and seaward sides of the coast.(7) Their findings, published by The Geographical Journal today, shows that the more rapid landward retreat of the low water mark relative to the high water mark is the most alarming trend.(8) The area spans one-third of Scotland's landmass and one-eighth of landward Britain.(9) It was because of this close environmental unity instilled by the nature of their calling that they lacked landward interest.(10) Also worth getting the tides right, so you can pop down to the beach under the headland and see Merlin's Cave - a huge cave going right through, under the landward end of the headland by the isthmus.(11) This will allow the landward area behind to be filled in and used for the art gallery's extension.(12) On the landward side it was now white-capped mountain ranges, ranks of huge mountains that joined with the chain running down the centre of the continent.(13) On the landward side of the harbour, a series of wharves and porticoes were built to accommodate traders and the storage of goods in transit.(14) Typically, the postglacial biotic migrations were much greater than just the distances landward from synglacial positions of the strandline directly offshore.(15) One site on the landward side of the fjord was an almost vertical wall leading down to a ledge at 30m, where we were told we should find large sea spiders and basket stars.(16) A raiding fleet might ravage the docks, if it could strike with numbers enough, but no seaborne force could breach those walls so long as the defenders had strength to man them, and the landward fortifications were even more imposing.