I'm going to be honest: I have no idea what a strand is. When I look at the map, I get even more confused. So, let's move on.
Elevation and Terrain
No mountainous elevation changes or anything, but clearly the northern and western borders lose large quantities of land to the bay. You'll need to pack them in tight if you decide to go megalopolis.
Deep blue as far as the eye can see. There are three blotches of dry and they are small and oddly shaped. Keeping an eye on pollution is going to be a thing on this one.
There is a humongous oil field on the northwest shoreline that is gorgeous. But, sadly, it's not as gorgeous as the humongous metal deposit that's sprinkled around the whole of the board. Between these two, you're going to have your hands full extracting and then rezoning.
Rail in the east, highway connection down south. The rail drops you near the coast, so if you're interested in ignoring the mineral deposits, you could make a very nice tourism town here. Just be careful with your planning because the waterfront has taken a lot of land and you have precious little to work with.