KKTides_OM - TidalRangeatBayofFundy TidalRangeatBayofFundy

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    Tidal Range at Bay of Fundy
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    Tidal Range at Bay of Fundy
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    ANIMATION:  Tidal Cycle
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    ANIMATION:  Barycenter
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    A ball of jello remains spherical when all parts of it  are pulled equally in the same direction.  When one  side is pulled more than the other, its shape is  elongated .
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    A ball of jello remains spherical when all parts of it  are pulled equally in the same direction.  When one  side is pulled more than the other, its shape is  elongated .
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    The cause of the ocean tides: Ocean tides are caused by the  differences  felt on opposite sides of the Earth in the  gravitational pull  between the moon and  the Earth.  Gravitational force is stronger on the  side of the Earth nearer to the moon and  is weaker on the side farthest from the  moon. Why?  Because Gravitational Force weakens as  distance increases.
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This note was uploaded on 09/30/2011 for the course OCN 100 taught by Professor Horrigan during the Spring '08 term at S.F. State.

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