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How high tide and low tide occurs?

I. | INTRODUCTION Tide, periodic rise and fall of all ocean waters, including those of open sea, gulfs, and bays, resulting from the gravitational attraction of the moon and t

How many high tides and low tides occur in a 24 hour period?

Two highs and two lows in 24 hours and about 52 minutes, on the  average.    Depending on local conditions, most places experience two high and  one low or two low an

How often do high and low tides occur?

High tide is for 6 hours and low tide is for the next 6 hours,this in 24 hours the sea water rises twice and falls twice.

Do high tides and low tides occur at the same time everyday?

No. The tides are a result of the gravitational pull of the moon as it rotates around the Earth. This rotation takes place over a period of 24 hours and 50 minutes. The Earth'

How many times does high tide and low tide occur each day?

  The times of high and low tide shift a little each day, so usually you'll get one high and one low tide in a day. Occasionally you can get high-low-high or low-high-lo

Where do low tides occur?

Since every object in the universe interacts with every other object, no matter how minor the level of interaction, technically the tidal effect is present on every major obje

When does a low tide occur?

  In most places, two high tides and two low tides occur daily. Tides happen because the moon's gravity is pulling on the Earth and its oceans. The oceans are fluid and ca

How does low tide occur?

The gravitational pull between the Moon and the Earth stretches the oceans slightly in an oblong shape, like a pulled water balloon. High tide is under (or directly opposite)

What side of earth do low tides occur?

Low tides can happen anywhere. Wherever the moon goes it lifts earth's water up a little (closest to it. The water also rises on the other side of Earth which is strange) and