Definition of Spring Tides
or Neap Tides Periods of Mangrove Forests.
Wood stated that "the calving frequency of icebergs increases noticeably during spring tides
" and specifically emphasized the ocean tides caused by the "precise astronomical circumstances existing on January 4, 1912 ...
HIGH spring tides
backed up by strong winds could cause flooding in low lying areas this morning officials warned.
The spring tides
at the moment are some of the biggest of the year.
The Htel des Isles puts on special holidays during high spring tides
so guests can gather up the cockles and mussels from the beach at Barneville-Carteret (pictured).
"However this is a natural process which occurs from time to time when stormy sea conditions and high spring tides
"We've had some nasty south-westerly winds for the last few days [and] coupled with spring tides
, there's a fair swell running onto the coast."
A spokesman for the Environment Agency said: "We always expect high spring tides
at this time of year, which can cause the river to burst its banks.
"The arrival of this exceptionally deep area of low pressure is expected to coincide with Spring tides
on Monday bringing the risk of flooding to western coasts stretching from southern England to northern Scotland," Brian Golding, head of Forecasting at the Met Office said.
Forecasters yesterday warned of coastal flooding along the length of the UK as spring tides
coincide with what could be the strongest storm of the winter.
Carry on, keep going, together we'll endure; apart, though together, we leap past the shiver of pure deceit, shatter the ice of spring tides
, reclaim our reflected selves.
So it's a mystery why such tides are called "spring tides
," but they are - and tides of unusual springiness are happening this weekend on the Oregon Coast.