Tides

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Tides

What are tides?Tides are long-period waves that move through the oceans in response to the gravitational forces exerted by the moon and the sun.

What makes tides? The moons gravitaional pull causes tides. The effects of the distance between the sum, the moon, and the moons waters. The distance between the sun, the moon, and the earth affect the size of the tidal bulges.

How Tides OccurFelicity Quinones Hannah Delaney

What Makes Waves on The Ocean?Wind energy causes waves to form on the ocean. How much wind speed there is determinds how fast the wave goes and how high the wave is.

Moons PhasesThe moons phases affect tides becuase the moon and the Earth are attracted to each other. The moons gravtitational pull tries to bring anything it can from the Earth twoards the moon but it cant bring anything twoards it but water.


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