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Aber Benoît - France (3)


  • Aber Benoît - France

Description
Aber Benoît (Pays du Léon, Finistère, France). An aber is an estuary with the shape of a fjord. The Aber Benoît (or Benniget) is about 8 km long. Looking downstream from Pont de Tréglonou at low tide on 10 March 2004.

Autor
Hubert Chanson
Date
2004
Copyright
Hubert Chanson, Dept. of Civil Engineering, University of Queensland, Australia




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