The beach is backed by a large pebble wall or storm beach as defence against the high tides; however, it is often breached and rocks are washed onto the main road.
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About 150 Canadian soldiers from CFB Valcartier, along with their light armored vehicles and G-wagons, will board the vessel and start training to storm beaches in landing craft, much like troops did in the Second World War.
Liberian children cartwheel in joy when U . S . Navy SEALs storm beaches here _ even though the Americans rush back out to sea just as quickly, after taking measurements with two unwieldly poles, apparently surveying landing sites.
Huge boulders up to above the sea at parts of the west facing cliffs are in some cases an extreme form of storm beach, cast there by giant waves that occur on average once per century, though more are glacial erratics.
The sand deposit may extend well inland from the " berm crest ", where there may be evidence of one or more older crests ( the " storm beach " ) resulting from very large storm waves and beyond the influence of the normal waves.
On the west side of the island is Great Pool which is part of the Pool of Bryher and Popplestone Bank SSSI . It is separated from the sea by a storm beach and small dune system, and is the only natural brackish lagoon on Scilly with plants such as Saltmarsh Rush ( " Juncus gerardii " ) and Beaked Tasselweed ( " Ruppia maritima " ).