WHS showing remarkable tidal changes or other tidal effects.
The connection belongs to Ecology connections.
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)
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.
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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