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  • Yozshum
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    A high tide happens when the part of the ocean faces the moon and the water there bulges toward the moon. The opposite side of the Earth also has a high tide. High tides draw water away from the area between the high tides and cause low tides to form in those areas.
  • Vudolabar
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    Mar 02,  · The Tides will open new dialogs, paths and responses with NPCs, and they will sometimes let you bypass difficult tasks as well (such as if an NPC feels you are more naturally inclined to their beliefs). They also influence the game's endings. You aren't losing out on XP or rewards or anything like that by staying relatively in the middle.
  • Kazrajin
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    The A Man for All Seasons quotes below all refer to the symbol of Water, Tides, and the Sea. For each quote, you can also see the other characters and themes related to it (each theme is indicated by its own dot and icon, like this one:). Note: all page numbers and citation info for the quotes.
  • Shakasar
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    The typical tidal range in the open ocean is about meters (2 feet). As you get closer to the coast, however, this range gets much greater. Coastal tidal ranges vary globally and can differ.
  • Dataur
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    Excerpt: 'Between the Tides' August 10, • Set in the South Carolina Lowcountry, Between the Tides tells the story of a woman who must deal with her tragic past. Georgia Public Radio's St.
  • Shakazshura
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    The moon affects the tide, because it has its own gravitational pull. When the earth rotates to a point where the ocean is closest to the moon, the moon pulls the water towards it. Imagine there are three oceans, all at different places on the ea.
  • Akinoran
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    A simple explanation of the origin of ocean tides. Skip the explanation, just show me the tidal simulation applet! This web page is based partially on another article about the "Computation of Tides" by Paolo Sirtoli as well as the article "Tidal Misconceptions" by Donald E. Simanek.I will extend the ideas brought forward by those two articles with up to date visualization.
  • Taujora
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    Let the average magnitude for low and high tides is given by A t and calculate it as shown below, A t = 12 + 2 2 = 14 2 = 7 m. Therefore average magnitude A t = 7 m. Let the amplitude of the function is given by a and calculate it as shown below, a = 12 − 2 2 = 10 2 .
  • Dokasa
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    For example, most of the Mexican coast normally has only one high tide per day (diurnal tides), whereas our Texas coast has mixed tides — sometimes diurnal and sometimes semidiurnal (two high tides per day). Furthermore, the average tidal range in the Gulf is low, something between .
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