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Ocean Tides

Parent Category: Oceanography
Affected by the gravitational pull of the moon and sun, sea levels rise and fall on a daily basis. Ask questions here about high tide, low tide, spring tide and neap tide.
Nope Tides are useful for low depth regions to bring vessel. Tide sjust rise and fall of seawater level. it wont be harmful
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No. The tides are a result of the gravitational pull of the moon as it rotates around the Earth. This rotation takes place over a period of 24 hours and 50 minutes. The Earth's rotation takes 24 hours and 0 minutes. Therefore, the two are not synchronized and the tide change will be different each...
Not much of an answer, but Its something to do with the moon and gravity. Hope that helps
I think it helps thinking of Earth as being "pulled apart" by thedifference in gravitation, by the Moon, on both sides of Earth (thenearer side, and the farther side).
because it is low tide on the side of the earth closest to the moon causing a shift in the water level on the opposite side.
The greatest high tides are Spring tides where the Earth, Moon, and Sun are in a line . They are also the lowest low tides. The least high tides and low tides are called neap tides when the sun, moon and earth form a right angle
the last spring tide was in the year 2013.It occur during a new or a full moon
Assuming there would be no Moon, tides would only be caused by the Sun. Therefore, we would have high tides at noon and ad midnight - but those would be much less pronounced than the tides we have now.\n Assuming there would be no Moon, tides would only be caused by the Sun. Therefore, we would...
The difference is that the spring tides When the Sun, Earth & Moon are in alignment with one another spring tides occur. Spring tides are higher than average. When the Sun - Earth line is at right angles to the Earth - Moon line, we see "neap" tides, which are lower than average. A tide in which the...
A spring tide is when the effects of the Sun and Moon work together to bring extreme tides. A spring tide happens during a full and new moon.
The intertidal zone is the area that is exposed to the air at low tide and submerged at high tide. (Also known as the "foreshore" or "littoral zone"). The intertidal zone is the area of the shoreline which is covered the rising tide during high tide and exposed during low tide. After the...
i think its the moon and its gravitational pull
Tides are a global phenomenon. Any place with an ocean shore allover the world will see the same number of tides. The size of thenearest ocean, and the shape of the coastline will determine theheight of the tides. Some places, it's hardly worth mentioning.
The Moon's gravitational pull creates surges in the ocean and moving air (wind) moves that surge until a barrel and lip and wave are created.
high tides occurs when the river climbs and heavy rain falls
Spring Tides When the moon is full or new, the gravitational pull of the moon and sun are combined. At these times, the high tides are very high and the low tides are very low. This is known as a spring high tide. Spring tides are especially strong tides (they do not have anything to do with the...
At low tide the moon is more or less at 90 degrees to the point on the Earth where the low tide is. The Sun might be anywhere - it's not relevant. However, if the Sun happens to be in line with the Moon and the Earth then the high tide will be a spring tide and gretare than normal (because the Sun's...
The relative position of a spring tide is when the moon new or full is closest yo the earth.
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That would be the neap tide. It produces the lowest low tide,whereas the highest high tide is called a spring tide.
Usually two, in some places one, in some places four.
one place where some tides go on is in the pacific and there was at least 50 everyday
On Earth, ocean tides are caused by the moon. This is because the moon is pulling on the surface of the Earth and the water in the ocean which is closer to the moon is pulled upward. This upward surge causes high tide while on the opposite side of the Earth (where the moon is furthest from the water...
highest high tide is 1.76m or 5.8ft.. lowest high tide is 0.1m or 0.03ft..
High tide on most days occurs twice per day. Once when the moon is directly overhead, and then when the moon is on the opposite side of the world.
Typically there are two high tides a day. Think of it as two giant waves going around the world constantly.
As a result of the storm with its high winds and its high tides, the bodies of Simon and the dead parachutist are taken out to sea, away from the island. - Wiki-Admin
Spring tide is bigger. Neap Tide is when it is the lowest.
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HIGH TIDE:the highest level of the sea surface LOW TIDE:the lowest level of the sea surface
the distance of the moon from the earth the total gravity of the moon the amount of water in the tide..... and ect by J.P.A
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A Tidal Bulge is a high tide. It is a bulge of water on the side ofthe earth under the moon, and it is caused by the moon's gravityattracting the water. There is a similar bulge on the opposite side of the earth, awayfrom the moon, to counterbalance the moon bulge. The areas between the two bulges...
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Approximately 7.3825 days. That is one quarter of the synodic period of 29.53 days for the moon to go from one phase to the next same phase. Spring tide is when the Sun, Earth, and Moon are lined up with each other, and the Sun's and Moon's gravities maximally reinforce each other, and neap tide is...
Full moon and new moon. Full moon and new moon. Full moon and new moon. Full moon and new moon.
The moon cycle and it is called Spring Tides, this occurs during a full moon and the new moon when the moon and the sun are in alignment with the earth
The Moon influences tides far more than the Sun does. The Sun is much larger - but much farther away.
theres only 1 and that's lunar gravitational pull.
Gravitational forces from both the sun and the moon continuously pull on the earth.although the moon is much smaller than the sun , the moon's gravity is the dominant force behind earth's tides
The tides are the result of the gravitational attraction between the water, the sun, and the moon.
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most low tides happen only twice a day.
Earth's tides are caused by the moon's gravitational pull, along with its magnetic fields working to make high and low tides
A very big tide around the new and full moons.
It depends really on how confident you are as a swimmer. If you are capable of swimming in high tide then swim in high tide but if not swim at low tide.
the gravitational pull of the moon.
This one had me for years. Start by assigning some simple values to the gravity of the moon on certain places around the earth. Assume that the pull of the moons gravity when directly above say England is at level 10. That causes a lump of water on that side of the ocean. You may remember that the...
The Moon's gravitational pull creates the water effects we know of as 'tides'.
the gravitation of the moon is greater and the tides can either become bigger or smaller
Mangroves use a number of techniques to survive in intertidal zones. Many species excrete salt on their leaves or through glands on their trunks and roots. They also cope with low oxygen levels in the soil by using stilt roots or protrusions that extend out of the soil and into the air.
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The area between the low and high tide is called the intertidal zone.
low tide is the correct name for it.
Allthough moon is pulled by earths gravitational field but due to another forces like centrifugal force of moon which is developed by moon while revolving around earth keep it away form collpsing with earth. Also there are many other bodies in space which neutralize the gravitational pull of earth...
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Answer . Tides ebb and flow twice a day.
The moon has BOTH extremely high and extremely low temperatures!
Moon's gravitation is the cause of the ocean tides.
Tides are generated by the moon and Sun.
No but the opposite is true, the moon effects the ocean, it changes the tides
They are both affected by the moons gravitional pull, but from different extremes.
Due to the gravitational pull on the earth from the moon and the sun. The moon pulls the water from the earth towards it and so does the sun. Low tides are called Neap tides and are low because the pull from the sun and the moon cancel each other out (it would be much easier to explain using a...
The tides are caused primarily by the moon.
the moon has the greatest effect on the tides.
This has all got to do with gravitation. The Moon circle the earth and provide this gravitational pull. When other planets line up with the moon, this creates a larger pull and we get higher tide than normal. The moon spend approx 24 days in order to go one time around earth. Why do we so get 2...
There are two high and two low tides, typically, during each 24 hour period.
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When the Sun, Moon, and Earth from a right angle and the gravitational pull of the Sun counteracts the pull of the Moon
Yes Tides are the rise and fall of sea levels caused by the combined effects of the rotation of the Earth and the gravitational forces exerted by the Moon and the Sun. The tides occur with a period of approximately 12 and a half hours and are influenced by the shape of the near-shore bottom ...
It changes slightly. Over a period of time of several months, it averages out to about 238,000 miles.