Ocean101-DashPointWorksheet

Ocean101-DashPointWorksheet - Page 1 Oceanography 101

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Unformatted text preview: Page 1 Oceanography 101 Name_____________________ Dash Point Field Trip Beach Geological Processes Date: ______________ Time your observations started: _______________ ended: _________________ 1) The time of this field trip was chosen to coincide with a low tide. At what time did that low tide occur, and what was the height of the low tide? (instructor will have a tide table, or you can find it online, for example at http://www.dairiki.org/tides/daily.php ) 2) How would you characterize the weather and sea conditions? (i.e., light/calm, breezy/choppy, very windy/rough seas, etc.) 3) a. On the upper portion of the foreshore, can you identify the most recent high tide mark? If so, how ? b. Is there evidence that extreme (storm) high tides and waves ever get higher on this beach? If so, what is that evidence ? 4) Look out toward the water offshore. Dash Point faces a part of Puget Sound called East Passage. Can you detect any current flowing in East Passage? If so, which direction (to the right or left) does it seem to be detect any current flowing in East Passage?...
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This note was uploaded on 01/09/2012 for the course OCEA 101 taught by Professor Gwynethjones during the Winter '12 term at Bellevue College.

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Ocean101-DashPointWorksheet - Page 1 Oceanography 101

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