Tides are likely to rise significantly above the normal high tide mark with damaging waves and very dangerous coastal inundation.
What does HTM stand for?
HTM stands for High Tide Mark
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Samples in periodicals archive:
It is duly registered and legally titled to 200m from the high tide mark which is as close as one can get to the ocean in terms of Costa Rican land ownership.
If a disposal site is too far away the item should be placed on dry land well above the high tide mark so the organisms on it will die, state parks officials said.
There were possibly 60 pups dead on the beach well above the high tide mark.
The Marshall Islands but has only about 116 square kilometres of dry land, most of which is not more than a metre above the high tide mark.
They said the Penmon team remained at the beach yesterday evening to assist with ensuring the boat was above the high tide mark and to help remove any fuel from the vessel.
Polling day might, just, represent the high tide mark for Lib Dem strength on the city council.
Tides are likely to rise significantly above the normal high tide mark with damaging waves and dangerous flooding.