|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|tides for my location||1.76||1||2380||69|
|tides and currents||1.12||0.1||4761||42|
|tides saratoga passage wa||1.7||0.6||2709||54|
|tides at plano||1.16||0.8||322||76|
|tides for fishing||0.93||0.5||6268||16|
|tides harpswell me||1.05||0.6||5075||92|
|tides4fishing st augustine||1.5||0.6||8730||34|
|tides san diego ca||0.05||0.6||6555||26|
|tides at paradise valley||0.83||0.8||8605||37|
|tides inn port townsend||1.21||0.5||4591||56|
|tides at nantasket||1.86||0.8||5450||88|
|tides saratoga passage||0.57||0.2||6290||32|
Tides are the rise and fall of sea levels caused by the combined effects of the gravitational forces exerted by the Moon and the Sun, and the rotation of the Earth.What are tidal currents?
Tidal currents, as their name suggests, are generated by tides. Tides are essentially long, slow waves created by the gravitational pull of the moon, and to a lesser degree, the sun, on the earth's surface. Since the moon is so much closer to the earth than the sun, its pull has more influence on the tides.What is a tidal prediction?
Predicted tidal heights are those expected under average weather conditions. When weather conditions differ from what is considered average, corresponding differences between predicted levels and those actually observed will occur.What is a tide station?
A tidal station is the geographic location where tidal observations are made. There are both primary and secondary tidal stations. A primary tidal station is the name used for a tidal station where continued observations are to be taken over a number of years to gain basic data on the tides for the area.