sequence of tide

sequence of tide

[′sē·kwəns əv ′tīd]
(oceanography)
The order in which the tides of a day occur, with special reference to whether the higher high water immediately precedes or follows the lower low water.
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From a strictly engineering perspective, the sequence of tides, temperatures, and wind velocities must be carefully evaluated in estuaries in northern regions subjected to a large tidal range.