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    Default Recoiled Sea Tide - Phenomenon called Dry Tide

    Dear Avalonians,

    I would like to report what happenned here this week in Uruguay and South Brazil.
    The phenomenon is called Dry Tide and consists of the recoiled sea water in several costal cities. The last Dry Tide ocurred more than 50 years ago.

    My father also went in Aracaju, which is the main capital of a Northeast State in Brazil and he said that the sea recoiled permanently there.

    It is important to note that we have never had a Tsunami here before.

    Please check the pictures in the following page: You also may translate the text that is written in portuguese using Goggle translate page.

    http://transicaoplanetaria.org.br/si...to-planetario/

    Kind Regards,

    PRC

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    Default Re: Recoiled Sea Tide - Phenomenon called Dry Tide

    Just correcting the facts: The phenomenon provides high tides in the sea and recoiled water in Lakes and rivers. So all the recoiled water pictures belongs to lakes and rivers.

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    Default Re: Recoiled Sea Tide - Phenomenon called Dry Tide

    Among other possibilities:

    Initially reposted there ---> (here)
    Quote Do we have an alternate, more simple explanation for the massive mangrove die-off? Maybe its something just overlooked.
    It's called uplifting...

    From here:
    Quote Posted by Hervé (here)
    [...]
    ================================================== ==

    As for "sea level," see this post here: Rising Sea Level and the Coming Coastal Crisis 2015 where, depending on one's choice for a reference frame, one could as well scream this kind of Doom-&-Gloom sort of headlines:

    "Holy sh**! WHERE did all the Water GO!?"


    © Vasiliki Mouslopoulou, GFZ Scientists look for remnants of paleo shorelines on western Crete. Red and blue arrows indicate paleo shorelines formed during the last 2,000 years and are today elevated up to 8 meters (26 feet).
    [click on picture for larger view]

    ... because land masses do subside or crop up mostly due to geotectonics but also from man-made interferences: Sinking Grounds... Not Rising Waters.
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    Default Re: Recoiled Sea Tide - Phenomenon called Dry Tide

    In the Gulf of St. Lawrence the phenomenon known as "silting" which creates sand arrows. I see this phenomenon regularly at Longue Pointe de Mingan Quebec.
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    Default Re: Recoiled Sea Tide - Phenomenon called Dry Tide

    I would like to thank Hervé for his explanantion. Indeed it looks like that the right explanation is that the ground is sinking at least here in Rio de Janeiro where parts of our beaches were man made by embanking (filling it with sand and attempts to bury the sea to make a strip of sand and create an artificial beach.

    But the media news last night also stated that in South of Brazil the sea level recoiled. Not only in rivers or lakes but the sea level recoiled as well. In Rio de Janeiro the sea level aparently rised but as Hervé stated, it was the land that sank.

    Our media said that the recoiled water was due to the wind, an explanation that is hard to swallow.

    Thank you avalonions for the contribution.

    Kind Regards,

    PRC

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