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Tidal Level Predictions in Reference to Their Datum, Based on Particular, Selective Sources
1 Gdynia Maritime University, Gdynia, Poland
ABSTRACT: The article presents differences between tidal datum of predictions taken from six official data sources (British, American and Caribbean comprising both paper and electronic form) for three pairs of ports located on the Atlantic coast of North, Central and South America. Two day of predictions represent spring and neap tide. It can be treated as a continuation, a deeper stage of works focused on tidal comparisons. The most essential trial of tidal datum unification for particular ports gives the more adequate base for comparison of Height Deviations from reference values (for particular ports: local or mean) and shows wide variety of the results.
REFERENCES
U.K. Hydrographic Office. 2004, NP202-04 Admiralty Tide Tables vol. 2.
International Marine (accepted by the U.S.Coast Guard). 2004 Tide Tables
Trinidad and Tobago Hydrographic Unit. 2004, Tide Tables.
U.K. Hydrographic Office. 2004, SHM (Simplified Harmonic Method of Tidal Prediction for Windows) DP560-Edition 2.
U.K. Hydrographic Office. 2004, ADMIRALTY TOTAL-TIDE DP550, Version 5
NOAA web sites: http://tidesandcurrents.noaa.gov/, http://www.noaa.org/,
Kabziński P. 2006, ‘Comparative analysis of available information concerning tides, based on particular, selective sources’, XV-th International Scientific and Technical Conference “The Role of Navigation in Support of Human Activity on the Sea”,Gdynia, Poland, November15-17, 2006, Naval Academy of Gdynia.
Citation note:
Kabziński P.: Tidal Level Predictions in Reference to Their Datum, Based on Particular, Selective Sources. TransNav, the International Journal on Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation, Vol. 2, No. 2, pp. 149-154, 2008

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