Compound Tide

Science / Tides and Currents / Compound Tide: A harmonic tidal (or tidal current) constituent with a speed equal to the sum or difference of the speeds of two or more elementary constituents. The presence of compound tides is usually attributed to shallow water conditions.

Other Words for Compound

Compound Verb Synonyms: blend, merge, coalesce, combine, unite, fuse or also fuze, come or go together
Compound Adjective Synonyms: composite, blend, synthesis, combination, consolidation, parasynthesis, parathesis, mixture, amalgam, alloy, merging, merger, mix
Compound Noun Synonyms: put together, combine, mix, concoct, compose, make (up), formulate, blend
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Range Of Tide

Science / Tides and Currents / Range Of Tide: The difference in height between consecutive high and low waters. The mean range is the difference in height between mean high water and mean low water. The great diurnal range or diurnal range is the MORE

Realized Compound Yield

Business / Finance / Realized Compound Yield: Yield assuming that coupon payments are invested at the going market interest rate at the time of their receipt and held thus until the bond matures. MORE

Radiational Tide

Science / Tides and Currents / Radiational Tide: Periodic variations in sea level primarily related to meteorological changes such as the semi daily (solar) cycle in barometric pressure, daily (solar) land and sea breezes, and seasonal (annual) chan MORE

Priming Of Tide

Science / Tides and Currents / Priming Of Tide: The periodic acceleration in the time of occurrence of high and low waters due to changes in the relative positions of the Sun and Moon. MORE

Primary Compounds

Science / Biology / Primary Compounds: Chemicals made by plants and needed for the plants own metabolism. MORE

Primary Control Tide Station

Science / Tides and Currents / Primary Control Tide Station: A tide station at which continuous observations have been made over a minimum of 19 years. Its purpose is to provide data for computing accepted values of the harmonic and non-harmonic constants essen MORE

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