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How does the moon affect tides?
Videos Phases of the Moon: Tidal bulge: Bay of Fundy:
Phases of the Moon
San Diego Tides San Diego has mixed tides – 2 high tides – 2 low tides – All tides are unequal in tide height
March Tide Calendar for San Diego
Spring and Neap Tides Spring tides occur when the Earth, Sun, and Moon are in line (180 degrees) Neap tides occur when the Earth, Sun, and Moon are at a (90 degree angle)
Quickwrite: “We know that the position of the Moon affects the lunar phase we see at night. What other affects does the Moon phase have on planet Earth?”
What are Tides? – Describe the 2 types of Tides. – What objects and force cause Tides? – Draw a picture of the location of the tidal bulges like the one.
Tides What causes the tides? High Tides ● The gravitational pull of the Moon causes the tides. ● Water bulges on the side facing the Moon. ● The Earth.
TIDES Tide Producing Forces Formation of the Tidal Bulges Movement of Tidal Bulges The Three Types of Tides Spring and Neap Tides Rotary Motion in Standing.
Tides. What are they: Tides are daily changes in level of ocean surface. Discovered by Sir Isaac Newton. Causes: Gravitational pull of the moon and sun.
Tides. Cyclical rise and fall of the oceans in response to the forces exerted by the moon and sun. Cyclical rise and fall of the oceans in response to.
May What is a TIDE? Rise and fall in ocean levels Most observable at the coastlines.
Tides Section What are tides? The daily rise and fall of Earth’s waters on its coastline High Tide – when water reaches its highest point on shore.
TIDES Stations Activity DO NOT WRITE THE QUESTIONS. Make sure you answer in COMPLETE SENTENCES.
What is a “TIDE”? TIDES are daily changes in ocean water. Tides are caused by the difference in the gravitational force of the SUN and MOON across the.
Thanks to the pull of gravity!. The moon pulls the ocean waters on its closest side of the Earth causing the ocean waters to bulge toward to the moon.
TIDES. Tide Formation Rise/fall of water at coastline Rise/fall of water at coastline High tide – water comes in High tide – water comes in Low tide –
TIDES AND THE MOON. Check out this Website! Watch the video below to help explain tides and the moon! Moon and Tides video:
Why are there ocean tides?. Every 6 hours there is either a low tide or a high tide. 2 of each per day.
Tides. Tides Tides are caused by the gravitational pull of the moon, sun and by the rotation of the earth, moon and sun. Tides are caused by the gravitational.
Wave Draw a picture of a wave Tides Draw a picture of Tides Currents Draw a Picture of Currents.
TIDES Are periodic rise and fall of all ocean waters caused by the gravitational attraction of the moon and the sun upon the water and upon the earth itself.
Tides What are tides? Does the moon affect ocean tides?
Chapter 11 S3 Tides. Ch 11 S3 Essential Questions 1. What causes tides? 2. What affects the heights of tides? 3. How are tides a source of energy?
Solar and Lunar Eclipses Eclipses. Solar Eclipse During a solar eclipse, the moon blocks our view of the Sun. It only happens during a new moon. The shadow.
2. Which location on this diagram shows the position of the moon when an observer from Earth would see a full moon? A New moon? D C B A HW: Finish Moon.
Tides Essential Question: What causes tides in the oceans?
Tides. What are they? The rhythmic rising and falling of ocean surface levels.
14.4 Tides 1. daily changes in the level of ocean water 2. influenced by sun and moon 3. occur in cycles 4. 2 high tides and 2 low tides per day.
The word "tides" is a generic term used to define the alternating rise and fall in sea level with respect to the land, produced by the gravitational attraction.
Chapter 21 Section 3 Review Page Describe how the moon causes tides. As the moon revolves around Earth it’s gravity pulls on Earth’s waters. This.
Lesson 10: Tides Physical Oceanography. Last lesson we learned about waves How do you differentiate between a deepwater and shallow-water wave? What is.
Tides Cause – Tides- daily variations in sea level Caused by gravitational pull of moon and sun Moon’s influence on tides is about twice that of sun because.
What are tides? The daily rise and fall of Earth’s waters at its coastline.
Gravity and Tides. How does the relative position of the Sun, Earth, and Moon causes tides on Earth? How do the times of high and low tide along the Atlantic.
Chapter 9: Tides Physical Oceanography. Last chapter you learned about waves How do you differentiate between a deep-water and shallow-water wave? What.
Tides Text Book Page # Tides The daily rise and fall of Earth’s water on its coastlines is called a tide. The daily rise and fall of Earth’s.
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1.What tide would you find at location A? (Indirect High, Direct High, Low, Neap)
If the moon had the mass of a golf ball, the sun would have the mass of about 110 school buses! Although the moon is much smaller than the sun is, the.
Sounds of the ocean
1.Gravitational pull of the moon and sun 2.Centripetal force of the rotating Earth Tides are generated by:
Solar Eclipse Umbra Umbra – Total Darkness Penumbra – partial darkness.
Moon Notes Day 3 Chapter The changeable moon The moon appears to us to move eastward The markings on the surface of the moon do not seem to change.
WHAT IF THERE WAS NO MOON?. HOW WAS THE MOON FORMED? CAPTURE THEORY: Why is moon so similar in elements as Earth? How did moon slow down for Earth to.
Indicator (B.23-d): Explain the causes of the moon phases and how they affect tides.
*Refer to Chapter 12 in your Textbook. Learning Goals: 1. I can explain how tidal waves are generated. 2. I can differentiate between the various types.
NEXT Lunar Phases Seasons Tides Eclipses Word! Team 1 Team 2 Team 3 Team 4 Team 5 Team 6.
Tides In addition to seasons and moon phases, students need to know the effects resulting from cyclical movements of the Sun, Earth, and Moon as they relate.
TIDES. What is a tide? A tide is the periodic rise and fall of a body of water due to gravitational interactions between the sun, moon and Earth The wavelength.
Tides!!!!!!!!!!!. Tides Periodic, short-term changes in ocean height Periodic, short-term changes in ocean height.
Singleton Swash Myrtle Beach, South Carolina Scientific Investigation.
High or Low - What Causes Tides?. Study Jams Video.
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