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Tides of the British Seas*

Nature volume 141, pages 10661067 (11 June 1938) | Download Citation



WHILE the tides generated by the sun and moon in an ocean covering the whole earth uniformly would be relatively simple in form, the actual tides are very much complicated by the distribution of the continental land masses and the irregular coast-lines.

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