||Habitat having alternating sand and coral formations that are oriented perpendicular
to the shore or bank/shelf escarpment. The coral formations (spurs) of this feature
typically have a high vertical relief (compared to pavement with sand channels), and
they are separated from each other by 1 - 5 meters of sand or bare hardbottom (grooves)—although
the height and width of these elements may vary considerably. This geoform type typically
occurs in the forereef or bank/shelf escarpment zone.