Rinsing hem

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Two flushing seams created one after the other (center and bottom right) consisting of seaweed and seaweed.
Close-up of the flushing line on the beach in Cuxhaven

The rinsing edge is an area of ​​the bank where material has been deposited (washed up). It often runs along the body of water and occurs several times due to fluctuations in the water level. Due to the abundance of nutrients in the locations, there is often ruderal vegetation , which on the Baltic coast, for example , can consist of logs and sea ​​kale .

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