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What does ITZ stand for?

ITZ stands for Inter-Tidal Zone


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Across the Indo-Pacific as full moon approaches, the exposed inter-tidal zone at sunset becomes a significant fishing area, with numerous fishers and families collecting invertebrates, trapping fish stranded in tide pools, or bringing in their nets laden with fish after the tide gone out.
To address this, the government has developed a plan following an integrated approach to continue reclaiming land from the inter-tidal zone.
To address this, the government has developed a plan following an integrated approach to continue reclaiming land from the inter-tidal zone.
There will also be guided discovery walks around the North Gare area giving visitors the rare chance to explore the inter-tidal zone at first hand.
The exit point was located in a buffer zone owned by the city of Alameda between a residential fence line and the edge of the inter-tidal zone of the channel at the intersection of Shoreline Drive and Broadway.
Users can plan and create routes, view shaded depth contours and inter-tidal zones with spot soundings and can search for a marine service point to find out the phone number, hours of operation, and information about amenities and services available.
When coupled with the optional Marine Kit (64-MB data card and MapSource BlueChart(R) CD), the unit displays such information as depth contours, inter-tidal zones, spot soundings, wrecks, navaids, port plans, restricted areas, cable areas, anchorages and much more.
This reviewer's preference for the latter definition is backed up by the scope of the books reviewed here, which are based on evidence from the sea-bed, the inter-tidal zone, rivers, a field in Suffolk (Sutton Hoo), and many other places.