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How to understand the fact that the amplitude of tides in the Bay of Fundy yesterday was 6 meters, and today is 18 meters.A similar pattern of abnormally high tides is observed in all the bays into which rivers flow.
What has changed in a day, for such a sharp jump.
We have two possible answers.
1. For a day, the force of gravity increased three times.
2. During the day, the rotation speed of the rotation has increased three times.
Record high tide in the Bay of Fundy - 21.6 meters - occurred only once in the entire history of observations, on the night of 4 to 5 October in 1869.
On the night of 4 to 5 October in 1869, under the influence of the Saxby Gale cyclone, a record rainfall fell over the basins of rivers flowing into the Bay of Fundy (300 mm in one day), due to which waters from the Bay of Fundy poured into the Bay of Man and increased speed rotation cycle in the Gulf of Maine, three times.
During the flood of the rivers flowing into the Bay of Fundy, the current speed in the north of the Gulf of Maine rises to 20 km / hour, as a result of which the height of the tides reaches 18 meters.
During a drought over the basins of rivers flowing into the Bay of Fundy, the amplitude of the tides does not exceed three meters.
And the most important question is why in the season of abnormally high tides in the Bay of Fundy, in other bays of the Northern Hemisphere, the amplitude of the tides does not increase?
The real-time animation shows how the waters flowing into the Gulf of Maine from the Gulf of Fundy form a cycle that, precessing, reflects the tidal wave in the direction of the Gulf of Fundy. https://earth.nullschool.net/?fbclid=IwAR3fDQD_uF0xgVpETpxVzbrv2xxgzOR0UfAKIEFDHAKoC2jzE-Mpu1lIWMs#current/ocean/surface/currents/equirectangular=-65.38,43.37,3000/loc=-68.002,43.607
Mezen Bay White Sea tide height reaches 10 m.
If you mean a storm surge, and a seasonal increase in the level of the bay.How to understand the fact that the amplitude of the tides in the Bay of Fundy yesterday was 6 meters, and today is 18 meters.Well, if it's true (which is questionable) a reasonable component might be the weather.
What changes have occurred in a day, for such a sharp jump?
We can't look at your calculations unless you post them.In order to mathematically express a physical phenomenon of nature, including a gyroscope, first of all it is necessary to thoroughly study the physics of the phenomenon of nature; otherwise, the mathematical model will turn into a heresy hidden behind mathematical formulas.
If you are saying you have not done the maths, what are you using as the basis of your post?
If the current moves along the meridian, the Coriolis force presses the water to the shores of the continent with a constant force or a pulsating force. (twice a day).The deflecting force of Coriolis depends on the speed of rotation of the earth both around the axis and around the sun.
Io has an eccentric orbit (as do all orbiting objects). When it comes closer to Jupiter, the gravitational force increases on the satellite and as it moves further away, it decreases. This change in force over time is what creates the tides.The satellite of Jupiter Io, is the most geologically active object in the solar system, and has more than 400 active volcanoes.