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
Explains with graphs and pictures how the moon affects oceans. Includes the
differences between lunar, spring, neap, high, and low tides.
What causes the ocean's tides? Read this article and find out how the moon
affects the tides.
Boatsafe Kids answer concerns to water safety during low and high tides.
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Feb 21, 2014 ... We all have heard that the Moon is the main cause of tides, and that tides come
from gravity. So why doesn't the Sun cause greater tides?
Aug 31, 2015 ... The tides were once one of the great mysteries of our planet — and to some, they
are apparently as perplexing as ever. But once Isaac Newton ...
Tides are really all about gravity, and when we're talking about the daily tides, it's
the moon's gravity that's causing them. As Earth rotates, the moon's gravity ...
The Earth experiences two high tides per day because of the difference in the
Moon's gravitational field at the Earth's surface and at its center. You could say
Tides. Most people grow up thinking that the tides are caused by the moon, and
indeed that gravitational 'pull' of the moon is a major factor, as is the ...
Lunar Tides. The tides at a given place in the Earth's oceans occur about an hour
later each day. Since the Moon passes overhead about an hour later each day, ...