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It's not the moon's gravity alone, but the interaction of the earth and moon. One influence is the fact that the earth-moon system orbits around the common center of gravity of earth-moon. This point is called the barycenter, and it is within the body of the earth since earth's mass is considerably …
Reason for Two Tides Tides are caused not simply by gravity but by the gravity gradient or in other words the difference in gravity in different places. The side of the earth that is closer to the moon is more strongly accelerated than the side that's far away. The water that's near the moon gets pu…
Spring and neap tides
Spring tides are those that have the greatest difference between high and low tides. Neap tides have the lowest difference. Beavers can fly did you know that!!!!
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i don't know but high tides occur about 50 minutes later each day because the moon rises 50 minutes later each day
A tide is when the water moves towards the shore and away from the
shore. A forty foot tide means that when the tide is high, the
water will move onto shore, forty feet.
As our planet Earth moves in relation to the Moon, the Moons gravity 'pulls' the worlds Oceans creating the effect we call tides.
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Tides are created by the Gravitational pull of the moon and the
sun. High tide and low tide are 6 hours apart. There are 2 high
tides and two low tides during the 24 hour period. When the moon
and the sun are in line there are super high tides and super low
tides, these are called spring tides. As t…
Tides are caused by the moons gravity pulling the oceans.
The moon, throughout history, has had a big impact on humans. It appears in many songs, poetry, and stories. The moon also helped prove that the earth was round, which had a huge affect on society. There is no physical affect on humans however. The gravitational forces due to the moon are too small.
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The gravitational effect of the moon causes both the high tide and
low tides. The gravity of the moon attracts water which then is
attracted by the much powerful force of the earth. These
gravitational forces cause low and high tides.
Tides are measured with a height stick.
The Bay of Fundy.
The Sun i think NO!!! It's the gravitational pull of the MOON!!! As it pull the Earth from opposite sides, it causes the tides. This "pull" on the Earth elongates the Earth by about 8 ft in opposite directions. I really hope you didn't use the SUN answer as your final answer. :)
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First, on nautical charts, find the chart datum depth. Then find out what the highest astronomical tide height is, add allowance for maximum wave height, thus having the scope (length of chain). From the local tide tables, find out what height low and high tides are (changes daily) thus having tide …
During the moon's quarter phases the sun and moon work at right angles, causing the bulges to cancel each other. The result is a smaller difference between high and low tides and is known as a neap tide. Neap tides are especially weak tides. They occur when the gravitational forces of the Moon and t…
bulges of water in the ocean are called high tides.
The Moon's gravitational pull, as it goes around the Earth, makes the waters of the seas follow its motion. Also, on the opposite side of the Earth from the Moon, the seas have the least gravitational pull and seem to be pushed away from the moon. Because of these two gravitational effects, there ar…
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because of the gravitational pull of the moon it pulls the tide up or push it down --- Not just the moon. The moon along with the sun and the earth's gravitational pull itself. --- no its only the moon! the moons gravitational pull causes the tides. high tide and low tide. Also each tide occurs…
The times of tides vary greatly from day to day and month to month.
It depends on the position of the moon.
Bulges of water in the ocean are "high tides"
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The moon exerts gravitational pull on the Earth, most affecting the water and oceans as they aren't fixed into place on the earths gravitational spin, and pulling them upwards in a kind of monumental bulge which stays fixed as the Earth rotates - and where the bulge is, the less water there is on th…
Tides are caused by the gravitational pull of the Moon. Full moons
are notorious for causing large waves and Tsunamis that pull in the
direction of the moon.
A tide is the daily rise and fall of Earth's waters. Tides occur in all bodies of water (even a puddle or a cup). The tides are caused by the interaction between the Earth's, the Sun's, and the Moon's gravitational pull. There are 2 types of tides, one of which is the spring tide. The spring tide ha…
The Moon's gravitational pull on the Earth, and to a lesser degree the Sun's gravity as well. The Sun's gravity force is much weaker on Earth's surface than the Moon's gravity because of its greater distance. While the Moon creates the overall change in the level of the oceans, each location will h…
Because the gravity of the moon pulls the sea in or out that is called a tide when the sea comes in or goes out.
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Because when the moon and sun are on opposite sides of the earth the moon and suns gravitational poles are causing tides.
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A perigean spring tide is when the Moon is closest to the Earth during the spring tide.
Spring tides are the greatest difference between high and low tides. A high tide is when the water reaches its highest level.
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cause the gravitaion of the moon
i live right next to it, the bay of fundy is in Bew Brunswick,Canada
because the gravity of the moon
Tides are the regular rise and fall of seawater levels on a daily basis. Tides are mostly caused by the gravitational pull of the Moon, which pulls on the water in the oceans as the Earth rotates. The Sun's gravity also affects the Earth's tides, and the combined effect is that coastlines generally …
Tides occur when there is a gravitational pull between the moon
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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 se…
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The Pacific Ocean, the Atlantic Ocean, the Indian Ocean, the Southern Ocean and the Arctic Ocean are the world's five oceans. The Southern Ocean is also known variously as the Great Southern Ocean or the Antarctic Ocean.
Low and high water marks are caused by the changing of ocean tides.
Because the tide rises and sinks on a regular basis, there are
marks for each phase.
when the sun, earth, and the moon are nearly in a line
Tides occur when the Moon (and the Sun to a point) is in a specific alignment with Earth. Its gravitational pull on the Earth, though insignificant, pulls free-floating water on the Earth's surface, creating the low and high tides. Spring tides occur when the Sun, Moon, and Earth are on the same ima…
The tides are mainly caused by the gravitational pull of the Moon on the Earth, and its effect on the water levels of the oceans.
High tides and low tides are the effects of the moon's gravitational pull on our oceans. As the moon orbits the earth, it pulls the ocean with its gravity. Giving the result of high tide being closest to the moon and low tide to be on the opposite side of the Earth.
A tide that occurs when the difference between high and low tide is least; the lowest level of high tide. Neap tide comes twice a month, in the first and third quarters of the moon.
Because the earth, moon and sun are in alignment
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Spring tide:A tide with the Greatest different between high and low tide that occurs when the sun and the moon are aligned with Earth at the new moon and full moon. Neap tide:A tide with the least different between low and high tide that occurs when the sun and moon pull at right angles to each othe…
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Tides are periodic rises and falls of large bodies of water. Tides are caused by the gravitational interaction between the Earth and the Moon. The gravitational attraction of the moon causes the oceans to bulge out in the direction of the moon. Another bulge occurs on the opposite side, since the Ea…
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There is NO heavenly body that affects the tides more than the sun or the moon. See the link below for more information.
Intertidal or littoral zone
The gravity of the Moon. The gravitation of the Earth and the Moon work on each other. The side of the Earth nearest the Moon receives the greatest effect of the Moon's gravitational pull, creating the bulge in the ocean and high tide beneath the Moon. The bulge on the far side of the Earth is being…
About twice a day.
Neap tides are especially weak tides. They occur when the gravitational forces of the Moon and the Sun are perpendicular to one another (with respect to the Earth). Neap tides occur during quarter moons.
The answer is semi diurnal
both spring tides and neap tides have a 20% difference from normal tides
when danii and ella blow towards the beach. its causes sea urchins to regurgitate and waves pop outThere are three types of waves; tides, wind waves, and tsunamis. Tides are formed from the gravitational pull of the sun and moon. Wind waves are formed from contact with the wind on the Earth, and as …
Mainly the moon's gravity
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every 27.3 days a new tide occurs. each day 2 low tides and 2 high tides occur
no every 24 hours and 50 min 2 high tides and 2 low tides would of occured
It is called the height of the tide. It is more at spring tides
(every two weeks) and less at neap tides (the alternate weeks).
The tidal height at Lydney in the UK is 51 ft at spring tides.
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Earth's tides are caused by the interaction of: the gravitational pull of the moonthe gravitational pull of the sunthe rotation of the Earth
This is an interesting question. Think of the earth and the moon as a single "system" united by the gravitational attraction between them. We normally (when we're not being overly analytical) think of the moon orbiting around the earth, but this can't possibly be the whole truth of it. The earth and…
About 12 hours and 25 minutes apart A+LS = "6" or "six" put "6 hours" or "six hours" and you will get it wrongMost of the time there will be two high tides and two low tides per day. This means there are about 6 hours between tides. However, there are some areas that only have one high tide and one…
Because the moon pulls them to shore sideways! :)
There will be 2 high tides in a 24 hour period.
That is a normal occurrence.This is called a diurnal tide.
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A wave is a very local change of water level, and is vaused by
wind. A tide affects the water level over a much larger surface and
is caused by the gravitational pull of the moon.
A neap tide happens during the quarter phase of the moon and they
are weak tides. There is a very small difference between high and
low tides during this time.
That's called diurnal tides.
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Tides are caused by "tidal forces" (named so after the tides) from the Moon. The "tidal forces" refer to the fact that one side of Earth - the side that is closest to the moon - is attracted stronger by the moon than the opposite side.
The Moon exerts a small force of gravity on everything on Earth. The force is too small to move almost anything, but it is enough to pull the water in the oceans several inches toward the Moon. This is called an ocean tide. Actually, the water gets higher on the side toward the Moon, and on the side…
it depends on the cycle of the moon and the placement in the sky
Tides are formed because... as the moon orbits the earth, its
gravity 'pulls' on the water in the oceans. This causes the tides
to rise and fall twice a day.
it depends on the tide level.
There is a high tide on the side of the Earth that is opposite to
This is because of the differences in the strength of the Moon's
gravity felt at different places on Earth.
The water on that far side is subject to a smaller gravitational
pull than the center of the Earth and is so is "l…