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Moon and Earth's Tides

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The Tides
From YouTube, produced by mphysics
Bad tidings - the tides are slowing down the earth! (01:59)
July 23, 2012 at 02:00 PM
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Ages: 8 - 14
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The Mystery of Earth's Tides
From YouTube, produced by Ignite Learning
Video discusses the tides of the oceans and how the gravital pull affects these tides.
November 13, 2009 at 09:45 PM
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Ages: 10 - 18
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All About Rip Currents
From YouTube, produced by University of South Wales
Rip currents are the greatest hazards on our beaches. This national award-winning video shows what they are, how to spot them, and what to do if you get stuck in one.  The video is narrated by Dr. Rob Brander, School of Biological Earth and Environme... [more]
June 24, 2012 at 10:48 AM
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Ages: 10 - 18
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How To Escape Rip Currents
From YouTube, produced by Ocean City Maryland Beach Patrol
In this video, the Ocean City Maryland Beach Patrol shows how to break grip of a rip current. Actual video and animation are shown.  ( 4:43)
June 24, 2012 at 11:36 AM
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Ages: 10 - 18
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How the Moon Affects the Changing of the Tides
From YouTube, produced by Rendered Communications
The gravitational pull of the moon and the rotation of the earth, coupled with the centripetal force of the earth, causes two high tides and two low tides throughout the day. Find out why the tides don't occur in the same cycle as the rotation of the... [more]
May 16, 2010 at 10:46 AM
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Ages: 12 - 18
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How the Moon Affects the Changing of the Tides
From eHow, produced by Dr. Jack Hall
The gravitational pull of the moon and the rotation of the earth, coupled with the centripetal force of the earth, causes two high tides and two low tides throughout the day.
January 24, 2011 at 08:44 PM
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Ages: 10 - 18
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Our World: What is a Tide?
From YouTube, produced by NASA
In this NASA video segment learn how the Sun, moon, and gravity all play a role in the creation of tides and waves. Color animation demonstrates how the moon, Sun, and Earth interact to create tides. A quick overview of waves is demonstrated in this ... [more]
June 28, 2010 at 08:44 PM
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Ages: 6 - 10
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The Magic School Bus Goes To Mussel Beach - Tidal Zones
From YouTube, produced by Scholastic Media
The class is enjoying a normal day at the beach until Ms. Frizzle discovers a letter from Uncle Shelby. He needs the class to look after his beachfront property. The kids soon discover that his supposedly luxurious accommodation is actually a tiny sp... [more]
September 1, 2012 at 10:18 PM
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