tide cycle

tide cycle

[′tīd ‚sī·kəl]
(oceanography)
A period which includes a complete set of tide conditions or characteristics, such as a tidal day or a lunar month. Also known as tidal cycle.
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Minor coastal flooding is expected with this morning's high tide cycle, resulting in 1 to 2 feet of water above ground level in vulnerable locations near the waterfront.
Dallus Creek and Yates Creek can be equally hard to reach, especially at the bottom of a winter tide cycle.
Some tour guides are not familiar with the tide cycle that is why they find it difficult to compute water levels.
Depending on the tide cycle, you may have multiple surfaces to choose from.
In Eagle Bay, during the ice-free months the belugas seem to move and behave in a fairly predictable pattern relative to the tide cycle, though these conclusions have been based solely on anecdotal evidence collected from 2007 to 2011 in conjunction with the beluga monitoring project around Eagle River Flats.
It's a tide cycle show," says Alba Brice, vice president of Brice Companies.
Setting the turbidity curtains to keep silt and drill slurry from the ocean in such a tide cycle was also a challenge, but with the patience and experienced earthwork crews, ultimately we were successful.
Probably the most used item was the tide app on the iPhone, which showed us precisely where we stood in the tide cycle.
The cockle puts on a layer every tide cycle, allowing extremely detailed records to exist in its shell.
stylirostris postlarval stage we conducted a sampled survey every 14 days in 1993, 1994 and 1997, plus an intensive sampling during a complete tide cycle in July 1995 and 1996.