Tide tables can tell you when the water level will be at its highest and lowest at a particular location. Tide tables can also be used to predict the height of water at times between high and low tide. More »

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A local tide table displays the predicted times and heights of high and low tides. The height of the water is relative to a point called Mean Lower Low Water, which is the average height of the lowest tide during the rec... More »

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Find information about tides at Tides4Fishing.com or TidesAndCurrents.NOAA.gov. Tides4Fishing.com features tide tables and related data for the U.S. East, West and Gulf Coasts, and Hawaii and Alaska. TidesAndCurrents.NOA... More »

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The moon's gravitational force pulls water towards it, creating a high tide on the surface of the ocean closest to the moon. Also, the centrifugal force created by the Earth and moon orbiting around a central point creat... More »

The beaches in Siesta Key, Fla. periodically experience red tide, a condition that occurs when high levels of red-tinted and harmful algae are present in the water. During red tides, the ocean water may display a reddish... More »

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A local tide table displays the predicted times and heights of high and low tides. The height of the water is relative to a point called Mean Lower Low Water, which is the average height of the lowest tide during the rec... More »

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The most common tide pattern around the world is that of semi-diurnal tides. This pattern contains two high tides and two low tides of the same height occurring in a 24-hour period. Semi-diurnal tides occur when the moon... More »

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