Arriving at the Anyer beach in Saturday afternoon, I rushed to thebeach to catch the sunset. Watching the red sky in the horizon and the sun went down slowly was amazing. The hotel for us to stay was small but clean. The hotel staff were wonderful. They were so friendly. But the most important is its location was near thebeach.
These differentiating characteristics explain and define a different incidence of injuries between two similar sports: volleyball and beach volleyball. These conditions establish a different response, and a new and specific technical performance feature is needed to play in thebeach. Besides, if there is a reduced number of players, the physical demand is higher, and players are forced to repeat several times the different technical actions (Jimenez-Olmedo, Pueo, Penichet-Tomás, Chinchilla-Mira & Perez-Turpin, 2017), although they are playing on a smooth surface where it is less likely for them to be injured
When the coral was removed, stronger wave came through the lagoon, presumably eroding the beachfront and making certain parts of thebeach unsuitable for tourist use. Beside that, lowering of the lagoon give effect to an increased beach slope caused some slump of beach sand into the lagoon. The immediate reaction of many tourist hotel owner was protected their own area without coordinate. The owner of the properties has made coastal protection structures like groin and seawall/riprap along the coast. This is caused new and difference problem, like total loss of adjacent and down current beach at some site. Which finally led to an unnatural beach and degraded the coastal and recreational amenity value
Abstract. An integrated code for wave propagation (tsunami) caused by bottom motion such as underwater land slides or tectonic earth quakes toward thebeach should contain three essential elements. The first element is the code that can represent the dynamic motion of the bottom in the source region, the code for the free flow region, and the run-up code suitable in the coastal and inland region. Most of existing codes can predict well the arrival time of the waves from the source region to the coast but are not very reliable for predicting wave height near the coastal region. This is because such codes do not take the effect of dispersion into account; such effect is not negligible in the generation region, with consequences for the free flow region and for the arrival wave near the coast. For given bathymetry and topography, the wave height near the coast is important information to further predict the run-up height and so to compute the flooded area inland. The objective of this paper is to present the essential third element to a currently developed code for water wave propagation caused by moving bottoms. The code is based on shallow water equation (SWE model) to include dynamic bottom variations suitable for computation in the source region that are significant in the deep water of the free flow region. The additional element to the code is the run-up code. The existing 1-D SWE code will be connected to a run-up code for which the SWE code will provide influx to the last one. Extension to 2-D code will be considered and executed rudimentarily giving direction to further in depth investigation
The experiments were carried out in the three- dimensional wave basin located at Franzius- Institute (Marienwerder), Hannover University. The experiments ran for nearly 70 days and were undertaken for a beach model which consisted at first of gravel sediment and secondly of mixed sediment. Thebeach model with dimensions of 8m x 7m x 0.7m was set up in the middle of the wave basin. It was open to the side from which the generated waves were approaching. Thebeach model was oriented in such a way that waves, generated by the wave paddle, were always approaching it with an angle of 15 0 (Fig.2). Beach bathymetry consisted of a uniform slope beach (straight- line parallel contour) and a trench (curved contour) with a width of 2m, as shown in Fg.3. The location and the dimensions of the trench in the physical model would not have any significant impact in the profile changes of thebeach with the uniform slope.
Losari is its waterfront of Makassar. The lengthy of thebeach is approximately one kilometer and it is a public space that can be accessed by anyone. On this beach there is a park called the Pelataran Bahari (Marine Park), with semicircular area of nearly one hectare. This place is a plaza with a clean floor for children to play and running around, while parents and teens sit on concrete benches to enjoy the sea breeze. From this place, you are also free to view out to the sea and watch the sunset slowly turns reddish in the line of the horizon. The reflected light also creates sheen on the surface of sea water.
Penghu islands, in the southern Taiwan Strait, is a remnant of a middle-late Miocene basaltic shield volcano. We present a procedure to use UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles) to perform photogrammetry survey and monitoring analysis in beach evolution scenarios. The aim of this study is to understand spatial-temporal change along the sandy beach in Penghu islands, especially as for the effects of typhoon and coastal structures. According to the study result, this example of application is provided to show the results and the potential of this methodology in real beach changes. In addition, we found the typhoon and coastal structures play important roles to shape thebeach morphology and its evolution. The result of beach monitoring reveals that the reduction and change of sand volume in Shanshui beach resulted from the placement of detached breakwater complexes. This coastal structure likely resulted in the development of tombolo and therefor make thebeach unstable and subject to conduct rip current and more erosion.
It is holiday.yogi, sandi, ad joko go to swimig to pameungpeuk beach .thebeach is near yogi’s house, so they went there on bicycle. They arrive in thebeach at eight o’clock in the morning . then they change their clothes to swimsuit. Yogi is swimming on thebeach .sandi is laying on the sand, and joko playing on the sand.they go home at afternoon.
minutes to arrive there. Then, we bought tickets in the entrance gate. Before swimming, we changed our clothes first. We swam there for more than one hour. We felt so tired that we decided to eat the food that we had brought. Next, my nephew and I created a very big sand castle, while my sister continued swimming. After that, we decided to go home because it was getting dark.
In coordination with government officials in Somaliland and Puntland, UNODC is working to ensure the sustainable operation of prison facilities well into the future. Four full-time mentors from the Norwegian and Swedish Prison Services oversee the daily running of the prisons and provide training to the prison staff. Under a partnership agreement with the local authorities in Puntland and Somaliland, the local government will continue to pay salaries and the basic operation costs of the prisons, while UNODC will go on providing additional support, such as sanitation, food and medical supplies, and supervising the prison farm, vocational training and sports activities for the rehabilitation of inmates. The mentors will also be leading the Management Development Pro- gramme, which focuses on training future prison leaders. The students of the Programme are young college graduates who have embarked on careers in the prison sector and are future prison managers. Their wish is to develop the skills necessary to manage prisons in accordance with international standards.
Soewarsono (2013a: 15) explains that both Woirata-speaking domains are traditionally managed by a council of five members that is metaphorically described as a boat in which each member has his specific task. The land- owning Sorulewen clan from the Hano’o clan group occupies one of the master chairs, the other one being occupied by the Ho’oren clan from the Asatupu clan group. The helmsman chair is taken by the So’o clan that also belongs to the Hano’o clan group. The chair for the one who holds the hand bailer is also assigned to the Ho’oren clan from the Asatupu clan group, whereas the final chair for the pilot is taken by the Resiara clan from the A’udoro clan group. The Woirata system may seem to deviate from the one described for the Wonreli domain. In fact the latter’s traditional management system appears to be comparable. Yotowawa Daisuli (2013) describes that initially the Yoto domain that preceded the present-day Wonreli domain was managed by a council of nine clans. It was presided by the house of Romili of the Hihileli clan. Whereas the Woirata council uses the boat metaphor as known in several other Southwest Malukan societies (De Jonge and Van Dijk 1995: 32-47), the Yoto council rather uses the metaphor of a conference room: the Nakar Wawan ‘Upper House’. Beside the mentioned nine clans, Yotowawa Daisuli also
Oakland Beach has impaired water quality and is vulnerable to coastal looding, storm surge, and sea level rise. Rain runof from residential and commercial development upland of Oakland Beach contribute to stormwater and water quality problems, resulting in frequent beach closures that in turn raise health, safety, and economic concerns.
The choice of theme tourism 2011 "Eco, Culture, and MICE" because Indonesia is very concerned about the tourism that is environmentally safe and friendly environments both in terms personnya and development or the ingredients. Culture and Tourism Minister also called for maintaining and managing the environment to better attract tourists so.
Outraged, he growled, “ You are muddying my drinking water, now I shall eat you”. The lamb protested, “But, Sir, how can I be muddying your drinking water? I am farther down stream than you are. The water is flowing from your part of the stream to where I am.”