3 edition of tides of the planet earth found in the catalog.
tides of the planet earth
Paul J. Melchior
|Statement||by Paul Melchior.|
|LC Classifications||QC809.E2 M48 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 641 p. :|
|Number of Pages||641|
|LC Control Number||82016567|
Tides are caused by the gravitational pull of the Sun and the Moon on Earth's water. When the Sun, Moon, and Earth form a straight line (left), tides higher and lower than usual are generated. In contrast, when the lines between the Sun and Earth and the Moon and Earth are perpendicular to one another (right), high tides and low tides are. The sun may appear to be Earth’s only source of energy, but there are other much deeper sources of energy hidden inside Earth. In the pursuit of natural resources such as coal, iron, gold and silver during the heights of the industrial revolution, mining engineers and geologists took notice of a unique phenomenon as they dug deeper and deeper into the interior of the Earth.
His most recent book is The Story of Earth: The First Billion Years from Stardust to Living Planet (Viking-Penguin, ), which explores the intricate co . THE EARTH BOOK by Todd Parr includes lots of easy, smart ideas on how we can all work together to make the Earth feel good - from planting a tree .
Tides move around the Earth as bulges in the ocean. Most shorelines experience two high and two low tides within a twenty-four-hour period, though some areas have just one of each. A coastline’s physical features, such as a wide sandy beach or a rocky cove, along with the depth of the water just offshore, affect the height of the tides. Land tides, also called Earth tides, are very small deformations or movements in the Earth's lithosphere (surface) caused by the gravitational fields of the sun and moon as the Earth rotates within their fields. Land tides are similar to ocean tides in how they are formed but they have very different impacts on the physical environment.
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The tides of the planet earth by Paul J. Melchior,Pergamon Press edition, in English - 2nd by: Tides of Planet Earth. As we know, planet earth’s surface is mostly covered in water, about 70% of it. The oceans have a tidal system which consists of high tides and low tides alternating throughout a twenty four hour period.
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Paul J. Melchior. Elsevier Science & Technology, - Earth tides. Results of studies of the earth's tides are synthesized, the methods of the research are explained, and recommendations for future studies are made. The major topics covered include: tidal potential; the relation between the tidal theory and the precession-nutation theory; Love numbers and the description of tidal deformations; Kelvin's and Herglotz's theories of earth tides; reduction of the Cited by: The tides of the planet earth.
Oxford [Eng.] ; New York: Pergamon Press. MLA Citation. Melchior, Paul J. and Toba, Masao. The tides of the planet earth / by Paul Melchior Pergamon Press Oxford [Eng.] ; New York Australian/Harvard Citation.
Melchior, Paul J. & Toba, Masao. Earth's rotation and the gravitational pull of the sun and moon create tides on our planet. Because the sun is so much larger than the moon (27 million times more masssive), it has a much bigger graviational pull on Earth.
Jonathan White's book, TIDES, includes interesting facts about the way our earth functions AND about the way people have learned to adapt over time to earth's cycles.
TIDES is a non-fiction book with such captivating prose that I wanted to keep reading until I hit the end/5(91). Buy The World of Tides: A Journey Through the Coastal Waters of Planet Earth 01 by William Thomson (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on Reviews: 6.
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The daily pattern of two high tides is a familiar feature of Britain’s seaside resorts, but its cause is surprisingly subtle.
Roughly speaking, it’s the result of the level of the sea rising as the Earth’s rotation brings it into two positions: first, directly facing the Moon, and second, facing away from it. Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features.
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Buy The Tides of the Planet Earth on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders The Tides of the Planet Earth: Melchior, Paul J.: : Books Skip. In Tides: The Science and Spirit of the Ocean, writer, sailor, and surfer Jonathan White takes readers across the globe to discover the science and spirit of ocean the Arctic, White shimmies under the ice with an Inuit elder to hunt for mussels in the dark cavities left behind at low tide; in China, he races the Silver Dragon, a twenty-five-foot tidal bore that crashes eighty miles up Reviews: Four hundred million years ago, the planet experienced hour days; our 24 hours are the result of the swelling tides dragging the Earth back as it spins.
The tides. The Bay of Fundy is home to the world’s highest tides. It moves billion tons of water every 6 hours. That is more than all of the freshwater rivers in the world combined. The tides can reach 16 metres (52 feet) with an average range of 35 to 55 feet.
And the horizontal range can be as much as 5 kilometres in places. Semantic Scholar extracted view of "The Tides of the Planet Earth P. Melchior Pergamon Press, Oxford, pages, £" by J. Horsfall. Figure Spring tides occur when the Earth, the Sun, and the Moon are aligned, increasing the gravitational pull on the mes, the Sun and Moon are on opposite sides of the Earth while at other times, they are on the same side.
Neap tides occur when the Earth, the Sun, and the Moon form a right angle, at first and last quarters for the Moon. J. A. C. Horsfall; The Tides of the Planet Earth P. Melchior Pergamon Press, Oxford, pages, £, Geophysical Journal International, Vol Issu.Buy The Tides of the Planet Earth by Paul J Melchior online at Alibris.
We have new and used copies available, in 2 editions - starting at $ Shop Range: $ - $1,Earth’s tides are dominated by the combined effect of the Sun and the Moon’s gravitational pull. But the other planets, since they have a gravitational pull of their own, also have a small effect on the tides.
Venus is the strongest because it happens to come closest to Earth.