Definition Of high tide


the state of the tide when at its highest level.

at high tide you have to go inland

Example Of high tide

  • An experiment at Northwestern University in Chicago used oysters that normally opened up their shells at high tide each day.

  • Approach channels to the port currently have a draft of 11.6m at all tides, and 12.1m at high tide .

  • As explained earlier, this section is fully tidal and as such alters in depth from low tide to high tide by an average of about 17 ft.

  • At high tide , many mudskipper species take cover in their submerged burrows to avoid being attacked by predatory fish that cruise the shallows.

  • At high tide , the little bay looks deep and blue and can even develop some modest whitecaps.

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