Tide Region Selection

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* Regions with Tide Predictions *

The listed regions have tides calculated automatically for many sites.

· Alabama has 8 sites.
· California has 200 sites.
· Connecticut has 40 sites.
· Delaware has 46 sites.
· Delaware River has 51 sites.
· Florida

· Florida Atlantic Coast has 102 sites.
· Florida Gulf Coast has 112 sites.
· Florida Keys has 172 sites.
· Florida, Nassau Sound and Fort George River has 14 sites.
· Florida, St. Johns River has 29 sites.
· Florida, Tampa Bay has 17 sites.

· Georgia has 99 sites.
· Louisiana has 42 sites.
· Maine and New Hampshire have 156 sites.
· Maryland has 126 sites.
· Massachusetts has 127 sites.
· Mississippi has 7 sites.
· New Jersey has 224 sites.
· New York has 194 sites.
· N. Carolina has 58 sites.
· Oregon has 44 sites.
· Potomac River (MD, VA, DC) has 48 sites.
· Rhode Island has 26 sites.
· South Carolina has 240 sites.
· Texas has 25 sites.
· Virginia has 151 sites.
· Washington has 166 sites.



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Tide - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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** Tide **

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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This article is about tides in the Earth's oceans and seas. For other uses,
see Tide (disambiguation).
"Tidal", "High tide", and "High water" redirect here. For other uses, see
Tidal (disambiguation), High tide (disambiguation), and High water
(disambiguation).

Photo of boat in water next to a dock Photo of boat resting on bottom next
to dock
High tide, Alma, New Brunswick in the Bay of Fundy
Low tide at the same fishing port in Bay of Fundy

Schematic of the lunar portion of earth's tides showing (exaggerated) high
tides at the sublunar and antipodal points for the hypothetical case of an
ocean of constant depth with no land. There would also be smaller,
superimposed bulges on the sides facing toward and away from the sun.
In Maine (U.S.) low tide occurs roughly at moonrise and high tide with a
high moon, corresponding to the simple gravity model of two tidal bulges;
at most places however, moon and tides have a phase shift.

*Tides* are the rise and fall of sea levels caused by the combined effects
of the gravitational forces exerted by the Moon and the Sun and the
rotation of the Earth.

Some shorelines experience two almost equal high tides and two low tides
each day, called a semi-diurnal tide. Some locations experience only one
high and one low tide each day, called a diurnal tide. Some locations
experience two uneven tides a day, or sometimes one high and one low each
day; this is called a mixed tide. The times and amplitude of the tides at a
locale are influenced by the alignment of the Sun and Moon, by the pattern
of tides in the deep ocean


Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tide

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