overtide

overtide

[′ō·vər‚tīd]
(oceanography)
A harmonic tidal component which has a speed that is an exact multiple of the speed of one development of the tide-producing force.
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In fact, in a realistic ocean it is necessary to extend the study to the second interactions involving astronomical, overtide, and compound-tide constituents, as every wave interacts and can affect significantly each other.
In the Intracoastal Waterway channel inside of Little Egg Inlet, strong tidal movement is distorted by overtides and residual motion (Chant et al.
Panelists also had a frank dialogue about a key drawback of affirmative action--the perception that meeting quotas overtides the need for qualified candidates.