TIDAL INFORMATION TIDAL INFORMATION New Zealand Nautical Almanac METHOD TO FIND TIMES OR HEIGHTS BETWEEN HIGH AND LOW WATERS Times and heights between high and low waters of standard and secondar - PDF document

TIDAL INFORMATION  TIDAL INFORMATION  New Zealand Nautical Almanac    METHOD TO FIND TIMES OR HEIGHTS BETWEEN HIGH AND LOW WATERS Times and heights between high and low waters of standard and secondar
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This interpolation can be accomplished graphically with form reproduced on the following pages the use of which is explained below This form is a development of the method published in the Admiralty Tide Tables and is reproduced with the permission ID: 4986 Download Pdf

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