WHS showing remarkable tidal changes or other tidal effects.
|Aldabra Atoll||Aldabra has very large tides for a coral atoll (cf others in Pacific and Indian Oceans). This shapes the ecology e.g the undercut "Champigon" pillars. See|
|Bordeaux||Garonne's tidal bore (un mascaret)|
|Dorset and East Devon Coast||a tidal lagoon known as The Fleet, one of the most important saline lagoons in Europe (Coastal WHS)|
|Getbol, Korean Tidal Flat||diverse tidal flat ecosystems. Whilst all component parts are representative of archipelagic tidal flats in the Yellow Sea, each component part represents one of four tidal flat subtypes of Getbol: the estuarine type, open embayed type, archipelago type and semi-enclosed type. (AB ev)|
|Grand Pré||marked by one of the most extreme tidal ranges in the world, averaging at 11.6 metres (Unesco)|
|Gulf of California||tidal mixing associated to tides that can reach over 10m high (AB ev)|
|Itsukushima Shrine||the shrine is designed by use the tidal effect to make the place look floating|
|Joggins Fossil Cliffs||Fundy Bay with the highest tides in the world. The beach cannot be visited during high tides.|
|Komodo National Park||high degree of oxygenation resulting from the strong tidal currents (Coastal WHS)|
|Lorentz National Park||tidal swamps (Coastal WHS)|
|Migratory Bird Sanctuaries||the world’s largest intertidal mudflat + ... Due to the tidal asymmetry (fast flood tides and slow ebb tides), the sediments transported by tides can be accumulated in the intertidal zone (nom file)|
|Mont-Saint-Michel||tidal island - The tides can vary greatly, at roughly 14 metres (46 ft) between high and low water marks (wiki)|
|Peninsula Valdes||The Isla de los Pajaros is an 18 ha island 800m off the southeast coast of Golfo San José connected to the mainland at low tide (UNEP-WCMC)|
|The Sundarbans||The landscape is dynamic, constantly moulded and altered by tidal action (UNEP-WCMC)|
|Wadden Sea||Complex tide-dominated barrier coast (not deltaic). (AB)|
|West Lake||part of the inscription zone include Qiantang River bank where the Qiantang Tidal Bore which is the world largest occured|
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