Traits:SeaLoch

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Sea loch (Scotland), sea lough (Ireland)

Sea loch (Scotland), sea lough (Ireland): Glacially formed inlets (fjords, fjards) of western Scotland and Ireland; typically elongate and deepened by glacial action with little freshwater influence. Often with narrows and sills dividing the loch into a series of basins.


  • Sea loch (Scotland), sea lough (Ireland)



Facts about "SeaLoch"
CollectionTraits:Distribution Descriptors +
Concept typeProperty +
DefinitionGlacially formed inlets (fjords, fjards) of western Scotland and Ireland; typically elongate and deepened by glacial action with little freshwater influence. Often with narrows and sills dividing the loch into a series of basins. +
Is trait ofTraits:Physiography +
LabelSea loch (Scotland), sea lough (Ireland) +
URL
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http://www.marinespecies.org/traits/SeaLoch +