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Science chapter 1

lesson 5

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What causes tides? tides are caused mainly by differences in how much gravity fro the moon and sun pulls on different parts of earth
Tides the rise and fall of ocean water the that occurs every 12.5 hours, then rises for about 6 hours and falls for about 6 hours
The Near Tide the moon's gravity pulls stronger on water on the side that is closer to the the moon that causes high tides
The Far Tide the moon's gravity pulls weaker on the far side of the earth than on earth as a whole
Spring Tide tide with greatest difference of constant high and low tides that occurs during a new moon and full moon
Neap Tide
What causes tides? tides are caused mainly by differences in how much gravity fro the moon and sun pulls on different parts of earth
Tides the rise and fall of ocean water the that occurs every 12.5 hours, then rises for about 6 hours and falls for about 6 hours
The Near Tide the moon's gravity pulls stronger on water on the side that is closer to the the moon that causes high tides
The Far Tide the moon's gravity pulls weaker on the far side of the earth than on earth as a whole
Spring Tide tide with greatest difference of constant high and low tides that occurs during a new moon and full moon
Neap Tide tide with the least difference between constant high and low tides, twice a month, happens at a 90 degree angle, and occurs and first and third quarters
Created by: Ella!!