1. Why the height of the tides in the White Sea is 100 times greater than in the Baltic Sea.Please answer both questions?
The height of the tides in the Baltic Sea is 10 cm, and in the White Sea 10 meters.
2. The tidal current in the White and Baltic Sea, moves from the Atlantic Ocean. How.
a). The distance to the throat of the Baltic Sea is 10 km, to the throat of the White Sea 3000 km.
b). The flow from the throat of the White Sea moves from south to north, at a speed of 1 km per hour.
The places where the tidal range is larger are generally where the tide is funneled into a bay or estuary.
Because the tidal bulge (dragged by the moon's gravity) enters the funnel and travels along it, the same volume of water is forced into a narrow passage and so it has to get deeper.
Why is that so hard for you to understand?
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